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MEDICO-ACTUARIAL 
MORTALITY INVESTIGATION 



VOLUME III 



EFFECT OF OCCUPATION 
ON MORTALITY 



Compiled and Published by 
The Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors 

and 
The Actuarial Society of America 

NEW YORK 

1913 



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MEDICO-ACTUARIAL MORTALITY INVESTIGATION 

By The Association of Life Insurance Medical Directors and The Actuarial 

Society of America 

JOINT COMMITTEE 



From The Association of Life Insurance 
Medical Directors 

E. W. DWIGHT 
OSCAR H. ROGERS 
EDWARD K. ROOT 
BRANDRETH SYMONDS 
HARRY TOULMIN 
THOMAS H. WILIvARD 



From The Actuarial Society of 
America 

J. M. CRAIG 

JOHN K. GORE, Chairman 

ROBERT HENDERSON 

ARTHUR HUNTER 

T. B. MACAULAY 

EMORY McCEINTOCK 

E. E. RHODES 

A, A. WELCH 

D. H. WELES 



SUBCOMMITTEE IN CHARGE 
OF INVESTIGATION 

E. W. DWIGHT 
JOHN K. GORE 
ARTHUR HUNTER 
E. E. RHODES 
OSCAR H. ROGERS 
BRANDRETH SYMONDS 
A. A. WEECH, Chairman 
THOMAS H. WIEEARD 



CHAIRMAN CENTRAL BUREAU 

ARTHUR HUNTER 



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REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE 

MEDICO-ACTUARIAL MORTALITY 

INVESTIGATION 

EFFECT OF OCCUPATION ON MORTALITY 

From the great number of occupations suggested for investigation the Committee selected 
only those for which there was a considerable demand. These were divided into two 
groups — "Required" and "Optional," — the latter being those which were not considered of 
much importance by the majority of the companies, or for which the Committee did not believe 
that a sufficient amount of data existed at the present time (Vol. I., pp. 5-6). The companies 
were requested, but not required, to furnish their data for the "Optional" occupations. 

The mortality ratios for each class apply to the occupation as of date of application, be- 
cause it was found to be impracticable to take account of subsequent changes of occupation. 

The statistics included not only policies issued at the regular rate of premium, but those 
also which by reason of occupation alone had been charged with an extra premium, placed in 
a special dividend class, limited to a high premium plan, or issued subject to a lien against the 
insurance. Overweight or underweight cases were included provided the departure from the 
average weight did not in itself make the policyholder a substandard risk. Cases of medical 
impairment were also included under the same conditions, but if the departure from the 
average weight or the medical impairment were of such moment as to make the insured a 
substandard risk, the data were excluded from the study of occupations. 

With regard to the inclusion of cases showing minor impairments, it appeared probable 
that where applicants were engaged in occupations deemed more or less unfavorable to health, 
and where the risks were insured on standard plans without extra premium, the existence of 
such minor impairments would have been considered of greater importance than where the 
occupation was favorable. It was also thought that, where extra premiums were charged, 
the policies placed in special dividend classes, or liens charged against the insurance, the selec- 
tion was generally as severe as for standard risks. It was therefore presumed that the occu- 
pation classes thus constituted did not include a larger proportion of risks with minor impair- 
ments than entered into the data upon which the standard table was based, and that there 
was no reason to apprehend any distortion of the results from this cause. As a matter of in- 
terest, however, the effect of minor impairments on mortality was investigated in three sections, 
as follows : 

(a) Normal weights in nineteen "Required" occupations 

(b) Normal weights in thirteen "Optional" occupations 

(c) Overweights in six "Required" occupations. 

The occupations investigated in each section were those in which the statistics were most 
extensive. Normal weights include entrants not more than 15% under, or 25% over the 
average weight at age 37 (Vol. I., pp. 120-1), The results of the investigation appear in the 
following table: 



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EFFECT OF MINOR IMPAIRMENTS ON MORTALITY 



Section 


Number 
Entering 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio of Actual 

to Expected 

Deaths 


Nineteen "Required" Occupations- 
Normal Weights: 

With Impairments 
Without Impairments 


41,846 
152,814 


249,745 
868,032 


2,457 

6,624 


1,905.1 
5,696.6 


129% 
116 


Total 

Thirteen "Optional" Occupations- 
Normal Weights: 

With Impairments 
Without Impairments 


194,660 

14,485 
23,779 


1,117,777 

78,419 
121,592 


9,081 

615 

735 


7,601.7 

570.3 
791.1 


119% 

108% 
93 


Total 

Six "Required" Occupations- 
Overweights: 

. With Impairments 
Without Impairments 


38,264 

1,345 
2,314 


200,011 

8,927 
15,695 


1,350 

139 
191 


1,361.4 

93.1 
142.2 


99% 

149% 
134 


Total 


3,659 


24,622 


330 


235.3 


140% 



The above table indicates that the effect of including cases subject to minor impairments 
is to raise the mortality but slightly. 

It may be observed, also, that the aggregate mortality of the thirteen "Optional" occupa- 
tions is about normal, while that of the nineteen "Required" occupations is 20% higher.. In 
the former, the cases with minor impairments are 38% of the total, and this is probably near 
the general average for the standard table. In the nineteen "Required" occupations the pro- 
portion with impairments was 21%, thus confirming the presumption mentioned above that 
applicants subject to minor impairments are less freely accepted when engaged in unfavorable 
or doubtful occupations. 

In view of the foregoing, it was decided that no further attention need be given to the ex- 
istence among the data of cases with minor medical impairments. 

Among cases accepted as standard risks, only 4% were classed as overweights, i. e., ex- 
ceeded the normal weight for age 37 by 25% or more. It would therefore require a marked 
departure from the normal proportion of overweights to influence the mortality in the occupation 
classes. Wherever there was a considerable departure, investigation was made, of the effect 
on the mortality of the class, and the results incorporated in the comments on the respective 
classes. 

As the effect of underweight is much less than that of overweight, it was deemed unneces- 
sary to make any investigations in connection therewith. In certain occupations which involve 
no special hazard and in which men of slight physique are likely to engage, it appeared 
probable that the proportion of underweights might be larger than' the average, and at least 
one such case will be noticed in due course. 

Generally the excess of the mortality ratio over 100% indicates the extent of the extra 
mortality due to the particular occupation in question. This may not hold when the classes 
are so small that the resulting ratios are untrustworthy, or when a very strict selection has been 
made by the companies. In certain occupations a mortality higher than the normal was known 
to exist, but as the custom was to accept risks in these occupations at the regular rates of pre- 
mium, a more rigid selection in other directions was practiced in an effort to keep the mortality 
as near to the normal as possible. The mortality experienced in these cases is therefore that 
of an especially good grade of risks apart from the occupation. In some groups, consequently. 



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the ratio may be lower than 100% although there is a distinct hazard from occupation; or the 
ratio may be above 100% and such excess not measure the full hazard from occupation. 

In some of the wage-earning occupation classes the results of this investigation are not 
comparable with the mortality statistics of the same occupations in the general population, 
because the risks accepted by the companies are chiefly drawn from the more favorably placed 
workers in their respective occupations. 

The mortality ratios in the various classes relate only to the period included in the investi- 
gation, and not to the whole of life. While the policies entering into the investigation have a 
maximum exposure of twenty-four years, the average period was only about six years. In 
some occupations the mortality ratio increases for a number of years with the duration of the 
policies, while in others it decreases, especially in those classes where the hazard from acci- 
dent is high. The ratio of actual to expected deaths for all durations combined, as shown in the 
various classes, is therefore too high a measure of the mortality during the entire existence of the 
policies in the case of the latter type, and generally too low in the former type. For those classes 
in which the total deaths were less than twenty-five detailed results are not as a rule given. 

The expected deaths in this investigation were calculated by the M. A. Table, which 
appears in Vol. I. (pp. 89-90). The a;ctual rates used are reproduced in Table I. (p. 27). 

The standard or normal death rates with which the deaths by cause are compared in 
the various occupation classes appear in Vol. II. (pp. 30 and 52), under the heading of 
"Ratio per 10,000 Exposed to Risk." Several companies, however, did not supply the cause 
of death. 

COMPARISONS OF OCCUPATIONAI. MORTAI.ITY WITH OTHER STATISTICS 

It was hoped that the occupational statistics based on the United States Census for 1910, 
and also the statistics on occupation collected by the fraternal orders would be available for 
comparison with the results of this investigation, but this hope has not been realized. Attempts 
have been made to obtain the experience of the beneficial societies connected with certain 
trades, but without satisfactory result. Apart from these three possible sources, there was very 
little reliable information on occupational mortality in the United States and Canada. In a 
number of cases comparison will be made with statistics contained in the Supplement to the 
Sixty-fifth Annual Report of the Registrar General of England and Wales, Part II. This 
report gives in a satisfactory manner the relative mortality in the principal occupations during 
the three years, 1900, 1901 and 1902. The standard for testing the mortality was prepared 
from the combined statistics for all men between ages 25 and 65, and shows higher mortality 
rates than those of the M. A. Table, as it was derived from the male population as a whole, 
including the industrial classes. Standard ratios for the principal causes of death were also 
prepared. 

So far as concerns the causes of death in certain occupations, valuable material has been 
obtained from the experience of The Prudential Insurance Company of America, published in 
September, 1912, in connection with the International Congress of Hygiene and Demography. 

The causes of deaths in many occupations appear in a volume entitled "Mortality Sta- 
tistics, 1909," based on the deaths in 1909 in the registration areas of the United States. Refer- 
ence will be occasionally made to these figures, which are published by the United States Cen- 
sus Biureau. The statistics cover 210,507 deaths, distributed according to cause, the standard 
distribution for comparison with the deaths in any given occupation being that of the aggregate 
deaths in all the occupations investigated. 

A General Summary of all the occupations investigated appears in Table II. (pp. 28-31). 



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"REQUIRED" OCCUPATIONS 

In Table III (pp. 32-153) appear the exposed to risk, the actual, and the expected deaths 
by poHcy years and'by groups oTentry ages in the various classes of "Required" occupations. 
A summary of the results follows : 

Class l.-Commissioned Officers in the Army, excluding Chaplains, Surgeons, Physicians and 

Paymasters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

D^'Jhs Deaths Expected Deaths 

324 247.32 131% 

The statistics were subdivided into 
(a) Years of issue 1885 to 1899 inclusive, 
lb) Years of issue 1900 to 1908 inclusive, 
with the following results: 

-!-^ tZ^ ^^^t^ ^l^^^'^^^s 

1885 to 1899 273 201.65 135% 

1900 to 1908 51 45.67 112 

The mortahty under the issues of the years 1885 to 1899 was undoubtedly affected by the 
Spanish- American war. 

A significant feature of the whole experience for all ages at issue is the high mortality in 
the first policy year, the actual deaths being 52 and the expected 20.47, a ratio of 254%. Of 
these deaths 45% were due to accident, suicide and other violent causes, and 20% to typhoid 
fever and dysentery, which were probably largely the result of campaigning. These causes of 
death in the first policy year indicate that many poUcies were issued immediately prior to active 
service. 

The mortality for all policy years was 165% for ages at entry 15 to 29, 133% for ages at 
entry 30 to 39, and 110% for ages at entry 40 and above, indicating that the greatest extra 
hazard in a soldier's life is at the young ages. This is again apparent when the experience of 
the first three policy years is taken, the ratio of actual to expected deaths being 213% for ages 
at entry 15 to 29, against 145% for ages at entry 30 and over. 

In the aggregate experience the conspicuous causes of death were accident and suicide. 
There were three times as many deaths from accidents of all kinds, including those incident to 
warfare, as among standard lives, and a similar proportion held in the case of suicide. 

AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY 
Class 2. — Proprietors and Salesmen in Auto Stations and Garages. 
Class 3. — Repair-men and Machinists in Auto Stations and Garages. 
Class 4. — Chauffeurs, non-racing, not including Testers and Demonstrators. 

The details of the investigation into the three foregoing classes are not published because 
the data were few, and the average period exposed to risk was only about two years. The follow- 
ing is a synopsis of the results : 

„, Number of Exposed Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

•-'ass Entrants to Risk Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

2 697 1,502 9 7.69 117% 

3 643 1,386 7 6.85 102 

4 843 1,650 8 7.40 108 

Adding the three classes together, there were only 21.94 expected and 24 actual deaths, too 
few on which to base any reliable conclusion. Out of the 24 deaths there were 4 from accident, 
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Glass 5. — Journeymen Bakers. 

Actual H^ipected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

362 367.97 98% 

There is a general impression that the mortality among working bakers is high because of 
the confinement and of the sudden changes in temperature to which they are subjected. The 
satisfactory mortality experienced may therefore be due to special care in the selection of risks. 
It is relatively higher for the advanced ages at entry, the ratio of actual to expected deaths being 
87% for ages 15 to 29, 91% for ages 30 to 39, 119% for ages 40 to 49, and 123% for ages 50 to 59. 

The English occupational statistics show a mortality among bakers of 8% below the 
standard for that country, but employers were included. The mortality from consumption 
was not above the normal, and the same is true of the experience of The Prudential Insurance 
Company. In the present investigation, the death rate from this cause was about 15% higher 
than the rate according to the standard obtained by the Committee from the experience of the 
43 companies (Vol. II., p. 30), and the United States mortality statistics (1909) also showed a 
sUght excess. The deaths from pneumonia do not appear to be above the standard in the English 
population statistics, in the present investigation or in the Prudential statistics. 

Glass 6. — Gooks and Ghefs in Hotels and Restaurants (Men). 



Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Ratio of Actual to 
Expected Deaths 


156 102.61 


152% 


The mortality by ages at entry was as follows : 

15 to 29—107% 
30 to 39—185 
40 to 59—160 





While the deaths were comparatively few in number under each cause, the indications 
were that the death rates from tuberculosis, pneumonia, cancer, cirrhosis of the liver and 
Bright's disease were higher than the standard. 

Glass 7.— Retail Druggists, Proprietors and Employees. 



Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Ratio of Actual to 
Expected Deaths 


3,618 3,346.08 


108% 


The mortality by ages at entry was as follows : 

15 to 29—112% 
30 to 39—109 
40 to 49—106 
50 to 59— 96 





It was noticed that the proportion of underweights was greater than in any other large 
occupation class, and, accordingly, an investigation was made of the group containing the in- 
sured who were at least 15% below the average weight at age 37. Some of the cards did not 
contain the necessary information as to the build-group, and the following does not, therefore, 
represent the complete experience. 

Druggists — Underweights 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

526 445.95 118% 

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The death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs is higher than the standard at the younger 
ages at entry, and this may be partly due to the large proportion of underweights in the class. 
There was also a higher death rate than the standard from heart disease, except at the older 
ages at entry, while that from Bright's disease was distinctly higher at all ages. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER SYSTEMS 

Class 8. — Superintendents, Managers and Chief Engineers. 
Class 9. — Electrical Engineers who handle live wires. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

8 180 193.80 93% 

9 84 79.82 105 

Of the total deaths in Classes 8 and 9, 3% were due to electric shock, and in Class 9 the 
deaths from accident were about twice the standard. 

Class 10. — Stationary Engineers and Firemen connected with Electric Light, Heat and Power Systems. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths ' Expected Deaths 

78 84.76 92% 

The mortality ratio is lower than the normal, but the results should be accepted with 
caution as the numbers are not large. The deaths from accident were fully three times as high 
as the standard. Those due to electric shock were 5% of the total deaths. 

Class 11. — Linemen (Pole Climbers) and Arc Light Trimmers. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

71 50.05 142% 

It will be noted that more than one-half the entrants were granted insurance before age 
30, and that the mortality is very heavy at the young ages at entry. The death rate from acci- 
dents of all kinds was fully five times the standard, the deaths due to electricity being 8% of the 
total from all causes. In the Prudential experience the proportion of total deaths among 
electric linemen caused by accident was about four times the normal, upwards of 48% of the 
deaths from all causes. 

CITY FIRE DEPARTMENTS 

Class 12.— Lieutenants, Captains, Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs. 
Class 13.— Firemen, Laddermen, Pipemen and Hosemen. 
Class 14.— Drivers, Engineers, Stokers and Truckmen. 

Class Actual ^^P^J'^-^ Ratio of Actual to 

^^"•■^ Deaths Expected Deaths 

*2 51 42.00 121% 

1^ 155 104.55 148 

14 54 43.40 124 

Among the firemen (Class 13) the mortality is heavy in the early policy years, and this is 
due largely to the high rate of accident. Combining all ages and policy years, the death rate 
Crr^f Tr°7 '''''^'''7'^' fi^^ times the normal, and fully as high among the officers 
tw 1 M^'. . f 'T' r'S'"'^^''- ^tc. (Class 14), had a death rate from accident of about 
^New Y rk OH V n' ^^^-^-1 Exhibit some statistics are given of the mortality in 
the New York City Fire Department. For the ten years 1902-191 1 the deaths from accident 



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were upwards of 30% of the total deaths, or rather more than three times the normal propor- 
tion. 

GLASS INDUSTRY 
Class 15. — Glass-blowers not using Machinery, excluding Foremen and Superintendents. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

70 57.90 121% 

Owing to the impression that the mortality among glass-blowers is very heavy, the com- 
panies probably made a very careful selection. The mortality from tuberculosis of the lungs 
was twice the standard. The evidence indicated a high death rate from cirrhosis of the liver, 
but the numbers were few. 

An interesting report on the glass industry was issued in 191 1 by the Department of Com- 
merce and Labor of the United States Government. On pages 240 and 241 is given the experience 
of the Glass Bottle Blowers' Association of the United States and Canada for the years 1892 
to 1908 inclusive. Out of 898 deaths in that Association, 287, or 32%, were from tuberculosis 
of the lungs, and of these 51% died before they were 35 years old. It is claimed that heart 
disease is superinduced by the blowers' trade, and that the percentage of deaths from pneu- 
monia would bel high on account of the sudden changes in temperature; but the Government 
report states that "in no disease except tuberculosis is the glass-blowers' percentage of deaths 
greatly in excess of that discovered among workingmen in general." 

Class 16. — Bevelers, Grinders, Engravers and Cutters of Glass, excluding Foremen and 
' Superintendents. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

77 52.60 146% 

The mortality from tuberculosis was fully twice as high as the standard, and the death 
rate from typhoid fever was abnormally high. 

Unfortunately there are no American or Canadian statistics with which to compare the 
causes of death in Classes 15 and 16. In the Prudential statistics, glass-workers of all kinds 
are included, the proportion of deaths from tuberculosis being fully 20% in excess of the 
normal, while in the United States Mortality Statistics (1909) and in the Knglish occupational 
statistics the proportion is 50% above the normal. These results differ considerably from 
that of the present experience, but are not on the same basis, the term "Glass-workers" 
probably covering many whose occupations are not hazardous. 

Class 17. — Journeymen Hatters (excluding Straw-hatters). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deatiis 

84 62.74 134% 

In the English occupational statistics, the mortality among the hatters is only 14% in 
excess of the standard, but cap makers and dealers in hats are included. Among them the 
mortahty from tuberculosis was 50%, and from respiratory diseases 40% in excess of the 
standard; while in the present statistics it was nearly twice the standard from these diseases. 

There are various branches of the hatmaking industry, some of which are more detri- 
mental to health than others. In one department the greatest danger comes from inhaling 



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oTdLrrtt TiLln^'b^^^^^^^^^ which the Uy^olders ^^^^^ 

gaSn were engaged. It may be assumed, however, that the compames secured the better grade 
of workmen, yet among those selected the mortality was high. 

Class 18.— Life-saving Corps (Officers and Men). 

. , , Tfxnected Ratio of Actual to 

^^^i ^D?aSr Expected Deaths 

30 31.17 96% 

The death rate from accident was practically normal. The statistics of the United States 
Government show an annual death rate from accident for the last thirty years of about one 
per thousand. 

HOTELS WHERE THERE IS A BAR 

Class 19.— Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers who do not attend bar. 

Class 20.— Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers who attend bar either occasionally or regularly. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

19 529 391.66 135% 

20 519 291.94 178 

The difference between these two classes lies, on the surface, in attendance or non-attend- 
ance at the bar. There is, however, another important difference— namely, that those in Class 
19 are probably connected with larger and better hotels than those in Class 20. In small towns 
and country districts the proprietor generally attends bar on occasions, or spends an apprecia- 
ble part of his time in the barroom, and such cases were accordingly included in Class 20. 
The mortahty in this class, therefore, might be expected to be practically the same as among 
saloonkeepers. 

As the proportion of overweights was unduly large in Classes 19 and 20, investigations 
were made of the mortality among those who were at least 25% above the average weight at 
age 37, i. e., those who were in build-groups 3, 4 and 5 (Vol. I, pp. 120-1). Among the cases in 
which the build-group was given (several companies did not supply the information) the ex- 
pected deaths in Class 19 were 39.68, the actual 68, a ratio of 171% against 135% for the class. 
In Class 20 the expected were 23.17, the actual 55, a ratio of 237% against 178% for the entire 
class. 

In Class 20 the death rate from certain diseases was as follows : 

Cirrhosis of the liver — six times the standard, 

Diabetes — three times the standard. 

Cerebral hemorrhage and apoplexy — nearly twice the standard, 

Organic diseases of the heart— nearly twice the standard, 

Bright's disease — nearly three times the standard. 

Pneumonia — nearly twice the standard. 

In Class 19 the death rate from cirrhosis of liver was four times the normal, as against six 
times in Class 20; but for the other causes mentioned above, the excess over the normal differed 
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SALOONS, BILLIARD ROOMS, POOL ROOMS AND BOWLING ALLEYS WITH BAR 

Class 21. — Proprietors and Managers who do not attend bar. 

Glass 22. — Proprietors and Managers who attend bar occasionally or regularly. 

/-*. Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

21 222 122.23 182% 

22 830 478.75 173 

The experience of a large company (T. A. S. A., X, 53) showed that the mortality was 
higher among saloon-keepers not attending bar than among those who admitted attending it 
either occasionally or regularly. 

The difference between the mortality in Classes 2 1 and 22 is partly due to the distribution 
of the statistics by age at entry, but there is no evidence that the mortality of those who 
state that they do not attend bar is lower than that of those who do. 

The agreement is noteworthy between the mortality of the proprietors and managers of 
saloons, etc., and that among hotel proprietors, superintendents and managers who attend bar. 
Attention is also called to "optional" occupation No. 150 — Groceries with Bar — Proprietors 
only (p. 22.) 

In Classes 21 and 22 the causes of death were similar to those for Class 20 (Proprietors, 
Managers and Superintendents of Hotels, attending bar). 

BREWERIES 

Class 23. — Proprietors, Managers and Superintendents. 

Class 24.— Clerks. 

Class 25. — Foremen, Maltsters, Beer-pump Repairers and Journeymen. 

p. Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

^'*^^ Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

23 483 358.99 135% 

24 112 86.35 130 

25 145 95.13 152 

The contrast in the incidence of mortality between Classes 23 and 24 is significant : 

Ages at Entry 
15-29 30-49 

Proprietors, etc 197% 133% 

Clerks 90 176 

For ages at entry under 45 the death rate from cancer and other malignant tumors, cere- 
bral hemorrhage and apoplexy, organic diseases of the heart, pneumonia and Bright's disease, 
among the proprietors, managers and superintendents is about twice the standard, and from 
cirrhosis of the liver three times the standard. The death rate from suicide is nearly twice the 
standard. 

With regard to the other two classes it may be said in general that the mortality from 
cirrhosis of the liver and Bright's disease is higher than the standard. 

DISTILLERIES 
Class 26. — Proprietors, Managers and Superintendents. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

119 140.17 85% 



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The mortality in this class is much lower than among the correspondmg group connec ed 
with br weries. This result is in line with that of the Specialized Investigation. - whi^h the 
TatTo for "Brewers and their Employees" was about 170% of the present standard, and for Dis- 
tillers and their Employees" about 135%. +„ K„ r^ln-pKIp— nnlv 

The statistics on foremen and journeymen in distilleries are too few to be rdiable only 

seven deaths being recorded. 

Class 28.-Traveling Salesmen and Collectors for Distilleries, Breweries and Wholesale Liquor Houses, 
excluding those who have always been total abstainers. 

Actual Expected ^'^ °^ ^^'^Hu° 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

179 139.89 128% 

The class is probably made up chiefly of the best grade of traveling salesmen for distilleries 
and for wholesale liquor houses. 

WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSES 
Class 29. — Proprietors and Managers. 
Class 30.— Clerks. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to] 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

29 992 810.67 122% 

30 138 123.06 112 

As Class 29 was the largest group among those in the liquor business, an investigation 
was made of the data in weight-groups 3, 4 and 5, consisting in the main of the insured who 
were at least 25% above the average weight. The actual deaths were 76, the expected 57.9 — 
a ratio of 131% against 122% for the entire class; but not all the overweights were included, 
as several companies did not give the build-group. 

The class of wholesale liquor dealers is probably not homogeneous. Some of the individ- 
uals included come in contact with the financial side of the business only; others personally 
solicit in the saloons for orders, and make their own collections. 

The death rates from cancer and other malignant tumors, diabetes, cerebral hemorrhage 
and apoplexy, organic diseases of the heart, cirrhosis of the liver, Bright's disease and suicide 
among the proprietors and managers were distinctly higher than the standard. 

RESTAURANTS WITH BAR 
Class 31. — Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers of Restaurants with Bar, but who do 

not attend bar. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

105 69.09 152% 

This is a higher mortality than among proprietors, superintendents and managers of hotels 
who do not attend bar (135%). 

The causes of death which showed a higher proportion than the standard were the same in 
general as those in the other groups in the liquor business. 

The statistics of the corresponding class of those who attended bar occasionally or regularly 
were not asked from the companies, as the mortality was considered to be practically the same 
as among saloon-keepers. 



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Class 32. — ^Waiters in Hotels, Restaurants and Clubs where liquor is served. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

83 46.83 177% 

Nearly 90% of the insured took their policies before age 40. For these ages the mortality 
is slightly lower than among saloon-keepers. 

Classes 19 to 32 cover the principal occupations connected with the manufacture or sale 
of liquor. With the exception of the distillers, the occupation has evidently had a considerable 
influence on mortality. The mortality in several of these occupations would probably have 
been higher if many of the companies had not eliminated the less thrifty men in the business 
by limiting the policies to 10, 15 and 20- Year Endowment insurances. 

Class 33. — Officers and Engineers on Steamers on the Great Lakes. 



Actual 


Expected 


Ratio of Actual to 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Expected Deaths 


95 


80.80 


118% 



The death rate from accident was four times as great as the standard. Of the total deaths 
30% were due to accident, and of these three-fourths were due to drowning. 

METAL GRINDING AND POLISHING 

Class 34. — Cutlers, Scissors-grinders, Axe, Plow and other Steel Grinders, exclusive of 

Foremen and Superintendents. 
Class 35. — Burnishers, Buffers, Finishers and Polishers of Metal, excluding Foremen 

and Superintendents. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

34 43 36.69 117% 

35 86 85.02 101 

In both of these classes the mortality is lower than might reasonably have been expected. 
In the English occupational statistics a high mortality is shown in the group of cutlers and 
scissors makers, in which are included the buffers, burnishers and polishers in these trades. 
The relative mortality of this group is 56% in excess of the standard, the mortality from 
tuberculosis being very high. In the United States mortality statistics (1909) the proportion 
of deaths from tuberculosis among tool makers and cutlers is about 50% above the average. 

BLAST FURNACES AND ROLLING MILLS 

Class 36. — Foremen, Assistant Foremen and Working Superintendents of Blast Furnaces. 

Class 37. — Forgemen, Foundrymen and Molders, excluding Foremen and Superintendents. 

Class 38. — Rolling Mill Employees (Hot Iron Workers only) excluding Foremen and Superintendents. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

36 37 33.72 110% 

37 593 501.77 118 

38 236 201.53 117 

The death rate from accident in these three classes is about one and a half times the 
standard. Among the forgemen and foundrymen the death rate from pneumonia is about 
twice the standard, but among the rolling mill employees it is below the normal at the younger 
ages at entry, and above it at the older ages. In both classes the death rate from some other 
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In Classes 37 and 38, one of the chief hazards is supposed to be from burns. The deaths 
from that cause among the forgemen, etc., were 3%, and among the rolling mill employees, 14% 
of all deaths from accident. 

MINING 
UNDERGROUND MINES— SUPERVISION 

Class 39.— Mining Engineers, Superintendents and Managers who occasionally go under- 
ground (excluding Coal Mines). 
Class 40.— Superintendents and Managers of Goal Mines, who occasionally go underground. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

39 268 197.99 135% 

40 106 100.41 106 

In Class 39 the death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs is slightly below the standard 
for the younger ages at entry, and over twice the standard for the older ages at entry. A 
similar feature is to be observed in the Prudential statistics of copper miners in Butte, Montana. 
On the other hand, the death rate from pneumonia is much above the standard at the younger 
ages at entry. In Class 40, the death rate from both of these diseases is less than the standard. 

The death rate from accident in both classes is about four times the standard, and from 
mining accidents one and a half times the standard for deaths from accidents of all kinds. Of 
the total deaths 9% were due to mining accidents. 

SURFACE MINES— PLACER, DRIFT, HYDRAULIC, ETC. 
Class 41. — Foremen and Bosses. 
Class 42. — Working Miners. 

_, Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

41 23 14.38 160% 

42 70 33.72 208 

The data in Class 41 are so limited that a division by causes of death, subdivided by entry 
age groups, would not be of value. In the case of the working miners, the death rate from 
accident was seven times the standard, and that from pneumonia three times the standard. 
The death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs was normal for the younger ages at entry; but 
for ages at entry above 30, fully five times the standard. The numbers in question, however, 
are small, and the results may not be characteristic of the occupation generally. The deaths 
from accident, pneumonia and tuberculosis were 70% of the total deaths, while in the United 
States Census Mortahty Statistics (1909) for miners and quarrymen of all kinds the corres- 
ponding ratio was 56%. 

UNDERGROUND MINES OTHER THAN COAL MINES 
Class 43. — Foremen and Bosses. 
Class 44. — Working Miners. 

Class Death's ^^^^'tl^ Ratio of Actual to 

"^^'"^ D^^ths Expected Deaths 



!^ ^^ 32.12 les^Vr 

44 642 283.66 226 



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all kinds, three-fourths of these being due to mining accidents. Among the working miners 
the death rate from pneumonia was about three times as high as the standard, and from tuber- 
culosis, though normal at the younger ages at entry, was two and a half times the standard at 
entry-ages above 30. The death rate among the foremen from these two causes, although 
higher than the normal, was not as high as among the working miners. 

COAL MINES 

Class 45. — ^Working Goal Miners (Anthracite). 
Class 46. — Working Coal Miners (Bituminous). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Clas3 Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

45 66 34.55 191% 

46 45 34.22 132 

The mortality among coal miners is lower and among bituminous coal miners decidedly 
lower than among those similarly employed in other kinds of mining, either underground or sur- 
face. This may not, however, exhibit the relative hazard of occupation in the different types of 
mines, as the two divisions of miners were probably not accepted with equal freedom. As evi- 
dence of some difference in treatment, it may be pointed out that the proportion of coal miners 
to all miners in the general population is about three-fourths, while of the working miners 
accepted by the companies only about one-sixth were coal miners. 

In Class 45 the mortality from accident was fully six times and in Class 46 more than five 
times the standard. 

The following is a synopsis of the relative mortality in the various classes of occupations 
connected with mines : 

Ratio of Actual to 
Expected Deaths 

Mining Engineers, Superintendents and Managers of Mines who occasionally go under- 
ground (excluding Coal Mines) 135% 

Superintendents and Managers of Coal Mines who occasionally go underground 106 

Foremen and Bosses of Placer, Drift, Hydraulic and other Surface Mines 160 

Foremen and Bosses of Underground Mines, other than Coal Alines 168 

Working Miners of Placer, Drift, Hydraulic and other Surface Mines 208 

Working Miners of Underground Mines, other than Coal Mines 226 

Working Coal Miners 161 

It is apparent from the foregoing that working miners, foremen and bosses suffer a very 
high mortality, and that superintendents and managers are exposed to extra mortality from 
occupation. 

Class 47. — Commissioned OfEicers in Navy, excluding Chaplains, Physicians, Surgeons and Paymasters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

149 97.79 152% 

In the first three policy years there were 53 actual, and 27.62 expected deaths — a ratio 
of 192%. 

The death rates from suicide and accident were fully twice the normal. 
A division of the data was made into two groups by years of issue. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Issues of Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

1885 to 1899 119 71.30 167% 

1900 to 1908 30 26.49 113 



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NURSING 

Class 48.— Trained Male Nurses. 

Actual Expected ^*t'° "^ i^?*"^L*° 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

27 22.14 122% 

The death rate was higher than the normal, but the deaths were too few to justify any 

detailed analysis. 

Class 49. — ^Trained Female Nurses. 

. „,.„„i Vmected Ratio of Actual to 

^faths Deaths" Expected Deaths 

317 392.12 81% 

This is the same percentage of the standard as was found among spinsters as a class (Vol. 
II, p. 125), but the mortality was higher among spinsters than among the nurses at the 
younger ages at entry. 

POLICE AND PRISONS 
Class 50. — City Policemen. 

Class 51.— Marshals, Sheriffs and Constables, excluding Chief Sheriffs not exposed to hazard from occu- 
pation. 
Class 52. — ^Jailers, Wardens and Prison Guards. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

50 526 377.67 139% 

51 475 355.07 134 

52 75 68.65 109 

For ages at entry below 45, among marshals, sheriffs and constables the death rate from 
accident was three times the normal, while among city policemen and jailers, wardens and 
prison guards it was about twice the standard. 

POTTERIES 
Class 53. — Employees who mold articles from potters' clay, excluding Foremen and Superintendents. 
Class 55. — All other Employees of Potteries, excluding Foremen, Superintendents and Office Employ- 
ees, and those who glaze the pottery. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

53 28 16.45 170% 
55 27 29.00 93 

While the data are scanty in Class 53, they indicate a relatively higher mortality at the 
younger than at the older ages at entry, and a high death rate from consumption. The English 
Census statistics showed, for those engaged in all branches of the manufacture of earthenware, 
a mortaHty of 49% above the standard. 

In Class 54, employees who glaze pottery, excluding foremen and superintendents, there 
were only 45 entrants and no deaths. 

In Class 55 there were probably very few exposed to considerable hazard from occupation. 

RAILWAYS 
Class 56.— Passenger Trainmen, not Conductors (excluding issues prior to 1890). 

^^'"al Expected Ratio of Actual to 

^^*^^ Deaths Expected Deaths 

76 55.52 137% 

The mortality ratio is 163% for ages at entry 15 to 29, 60% of the total having entered 
at these ages. 

The death rate from accident was six times the normal. 



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Passenger Conductors. 

As railway passenger conductors in the Specialized Mortality Investigation showed a 
mortality of 100% of the expected by the standard then used, it was not thought necessary to 
obtain statistics on this class. If, however, the present mortality standard had been used in 
the Specialized Investigation, the ratio would have been 129%. 

Class 57. — ^Locomotive Engineers (excluding issues prior to 1890). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

541 337.38 160% 

The ratio of actual to expected deaths decreased as the age at entry increased. 

The death rate from accident was eight times the normal. There is a popular impression 
that the changes in temperature and the exposure to weather, to which this class is subject, 
result in a high death rate from pneumonia; but the mortality from that disease was below the 
normal. The death rate from tuberculosis was practically normal. 

Class 58. — Locomotive Firemen (excluding issues prior to 1890). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

193 101.84 190% 

The difference between the aggregate percentage for locomotive engineers and that for fire- 
men is due almost entirely to the younger average age of the firemen. At ages of entry 15 to 
29, the ratio for the engineers is 191% and for the firemen 201%, and at ages 30 to 39 it is 
161% and 168% respectively. Of the total policies 79% were issued to the firemen at ages 
15 to 29, and 19% at ages 30 to 39, against 24% and 52% respectively to the engineers. 

The death rate from accident among the firemen was nine times the normal. 

Class 59. — Check Clerks, Freight Inspectors, Car Inspectors, Car Sealers, Yard Clerks and Yard 
Masters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

221 156.92 141% 

This class comprises men whose work takes them more or less into the yard. Accidents, 
four times the normal, largely account for the extra mortality. 

Class 60. — ^Track Supervisors and Foremen, Section Foremen. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

421 333.07 126% 

The mortality among those supervising the tracks was not as high as among those whose 
duties took them into the yards. 

The death rate from accident was three times the normal. In contrast to the engineers 
and firemen, the death rate from pneumonia was above the normal. 

For convenience, a synopsis of the ratios of actual to expected deaths is given for the occu- 
pations connected with railways : 

Ratio 

Class 56. Passenger Trainmen 137% 

Class 57. Ivocomotive Engineers 160 

Class 58. Locomotive Firemen 190 

Class 59. Check Clerks, Freight Inspectors, etc 141 

Class 60. Track Supervisors and Foremen, etc 126 



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SAW-MILLS 
Class 61.-Sawyers in Saw-miU, excluding those who work part of the year in other occupations. 

TTrnccted Ratio of Actual to 

^^^, "d^I^s** Expected Deaths 

80 66.48 120% 

The deaths from accident were twice the normal. 

Class 62.-Saw-fllers in Saw-miU not using automatic machinery. _, ^^ ^ ,. 

Correspondence with several companies supplying a large part of the data showed that the 
definition of this class was inadequate. It was not intended to include farmers and others 
who spend only a small portion of the year in saw-filing, but many such cases were mcluded. 
The causes of death also indicate that the class did not consist of those whose regular occupa- 
tion was saw-filing. The statistics of this class therefore are not given. 

Class 63.— Foremen and Workmen (MUl Men) in Smelter Works. 

Actual Expected ^^*'° °' f-S"4..*° 

Deaths D^ths Expected Deaths 

38 33.26 114% 

In this small class the death rate from accident was over three times the normal. 
Class 64.— Structural Iron Workers, including Housesmiths and Bridge-builders. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

74 43.96 168% 

The death rate from accident was six times the normal. 

Class 65. — Teamsters, excluding those in the Liquor Trade. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

1,207 1,040.28 116% 

The ratio of actual to expected deaths tended to increase with advancing age at entry. 
The death rates from accident and from pneumonia were 50% greater than the standard. 

THEATRICAL PROFESSION 

Class 66. — Actors, including Vaudeville Performers, but excluding Acrobats and Circus Performers. 

Class 68. — Proprietors, Managers and Treasurers of Theaters, Music Halls, and Vaudeville Houses. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Class Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

66 87 60.15 145% 

68 153 112.66 136 

The difference between the mortality among actors and among the proprietors, managers, 
etc., is due to the distribution by age. The ratio by age-groups is as follows : 

Ages at Entry Actors Proprietors, Managers, etc. 

15-29 135% 155%, 

30-39 164 164 

40-^9 147 130 

50 and over 106 76 

The death rates from tuberculosis of the lungs, typhoid fever, pneumonia, cirrhosis of the 
Uver, and diseases of the nervous system were much higher than the normal. 

Class 67.— Actresses, including Vaudeville Performers, but excluding Acrobats and Circus Performers. 

The entrants were too few to give dependable results. The actual deaths (1 1 in number) 
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"OPTIONAL" OCCUPATIONS 

In calling for information on these occupations, the Committee hoped that for some 
of them at least sufficient material would be accumulated for present study. This hope has 
been realized in about one-third of the suggested classes, for which the detailed results are 
given in Table IV (pp. 154-219). 

Glass 104. — Journeymen Barbers and Hair-dressers. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

130 119.11 109% 

The deaths in this class were higher than the normal from tuberculosis of the lungs. In 
the English occupational statistics the mortality of this class was 20% above the standard, 
and the death rate from tuberculosis 40% above the normal. In the United States mortality 
statistics (1909) the proportion of deaths from tuberculosis was about 25% above the average. 

Class 112. — Bricklayers. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

82 76.13 108% 

The deaths from accident in this class were about twice the normal. 

Class 113. — Journeymen Butchers (Retail). . 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

225 235.23 96% 

In the English occupational statistics alcoholism and diseases of the liver caused a mor- 
tality of more than twice the standard. In the United States mortality statistics (1909) it 
is shown that among butchers there is an excessive mortality from diabetes, cirrhosis of the 
liver and Bright's disease. In the present statistics, the death rates from Bright's disease, 
diabetes and cirrhosis of the hver are practically equal to the standard. It appears therefore 
that the companies have insured a better than average type in this class. 

Glass 117. — Blacksmiths who occasionally Shoe Horses, and Horseshoers. 

Actual Expected -Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

250 309.76 81% 

Two factors make for favorable mortality in this class : only strong, robust men can under- 
take the work, and it is conducted in airy shops or out-of-doors, for the most part in rural 
districts. The death rate from accident was slightly below the standard. 

In the EngUsh occupational statistics the mortality among blacksmiths is lower than the 

standard, and the death rate from accident was two-thirds of the normal. The United States 

mortality statistics (1909) also indicate that the proportion of deaths from accident is below 

the normal. 

Glass 124.— Cigarmakers (Men). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

43 39.76 108%, 

The death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs is above the standard, as is the case, 
especially at the younger ages, among tobacco and cigar factory operatives in the United States 
mortality statistics (1909). 



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Class 127.— Cotton Factory Operatives (Men). 

Actual Expected ??*'° ^' i^?^"*],.*° 

g^'J^s Deaths Expected Deaths 

46 42.50 108% 

In considering results in classes such as the foregoing, it should be remembered that the 
companies were very careful to select the best type of risks. 

Class 133.— Domestic Servants (Women). 

a»t,,oi Exoected Ratio of Actual to 

^f^, dSs Expected Deaths 

188 148.18 127% 

The mortality was very high compared with insured spinsters (Vol. II., p. 38), among 
whom the mortality was 81%, while among all women— spinsters, married, widows and di- 
vorced — it was 104%. 

The death rate was higher than the standard for women (Vol. II., p. 52) from several 
causes, but not to a material extent in any single instance. 

Class 141.— Firemen (Stationary), not connected with Mining or Other Hazardous Pursuits. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

33 29.89 110% 

The death rate from accident was higher than the normal. 

Class 143. — In-shore Fishermen. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

25 34.48 73% 

The favorable mortality may be due to paucity of numbers and to the fact that many of 
these fishermen are occupied as farmers a part of the year. 

The number of deep-sea fishermen insured with the companies was small; the mortality 
was about twice the normal, 45% of the deaths being from accident. 

Class 150. — Proprietors of Groceries with Bar. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

39 23.76 164% 

The ratio is similar to that among saloon-keepers and that among proprietors of hotels 
who occasionally attend bar. 

Class 152. — Janitors. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

98 87.62 112% 

There is probably considerable variation in the type of men entering into this group. 
There was no marked excess from any individual cause of death. 

Class 153. — ^Journeymen Jewelers. 

^■^t"^' Expected Ratio of Actual to 

°=^'''s Deaths Expected Deaths 

87 115.12 76% 

The low mortality may be partly due to the fact that several companies included pro- 
prietors and managers unless the description in the application clearly stated that they were 
not journeymen jewelers. 

Class 154.— Proprietors of Livery Stables. 

Death's Expected Ratio of Actual to 

°^ Deaths Expected Deaths 

274 216.84 126% 

The death rate from accident was twice the normal. 



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Glass 156. — Lumbermen. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

176 165.36 106% 

For entry ages below 40 the mortality ratio is 135%. 

The death rate from accident in this class was twice the standard. In the United States 
mortality statistics (1909) the accidental deaths among lumbermen and raftsmen were three 
times the normal. 

Class 160. — Journeymen Millers. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

134 126.61 106% 

The death rate from accident was twice the normal, but from consumption and pneumonia 
was normal. The experience in respect to these two diseases is confirmed by the United States 
and English statistics, neither of which shows a mortality above the normal. 

Glass 161. — Motormen on Street Electric Lines. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

28 21.41 131% 

Tuberculosis of the lungs caused 12 out of the 28 deaths. 

Glass 165.— Drillers, Pumpmen and Gaugers in Oil Fields. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

43 60.44 71% 

The remarkably low mortality in this occupation may be partly due to accidental fluctua- 
tion. 

Glass 167. — ^Journeymen House Painters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

132 119.42 111% 

Accidents and Bright's disease accounted for more than the normal proportion of deaths. 

Class 168. — Paper and Pulp Mill Operatives (Men). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

38 37.73 101% 

The death rate from accident was above the normal. In the United States mortality 
statistics (1909) the proportion of deaths from accident was higher than the normal. 

Glass 171. — Journeymen Plumbers and Steam-fitters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

157 158.46 99% 

The death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs is above the standard, agreeing with the 
United States mortality statistics (1909) and with the Prudential experience. 

PRINTING 
Class 173. — ^Journeymen Compositors. 
Class 174.— Journeymen Pressmen. 

Ratio of Actual to 
Expected Deaths 

102% 
117 



Class 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


173 


68 


66.44 


174 


70 


59.74 



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The death rate from tuberculosis in both classes was about 50% above the normal, with a 
greater excess at the young than at the old ages at entry. This result is confirmed by the United 
States mortality statistics (1909) on printers, lithographers and pressmen, and also by the 
Prudential experience. 

Class 177.— Railway Mail Clerks and Express Messengers. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

57 67.28 85% 

The death rate from accident was twice the normal. 

The actual deaths in this class in the Specialized Mortality Investigation were 99, and the 
expected by the M. A. Table 98, approximately— a ratio of 101%. The difference between 
the results of the Specialized and the present investigation may be due to an improvement in 
the conditions surrounding the occupation or to accidental fluctuation. In the Specialized 
Mortality Investigation all the companies contributed their data, while many of the largest 
companies did not give their statistics in the present investigation, in which the amount of data 
is consequently smaller than in the Specialized. 

Class 183. — Shoe Manufacture Operatives (Men). 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

91 90.29 101% 

The death rate from tuberculosis of the lungs was above the standard. Accidents caused 
about the normal proportion of deaths. 

Class 188.— Journeymen Stone-cutters. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

76 35.45 214% 

The mortality among stone-cutters is very high — much heavier than among the granite- 
cutters (Class 149), where there were 23 actual and 16.03 expected deaths— a ratio of 143%. 
The mortality from tuberculosis was very high, nearly six times the normal among stone-cutters, 
and nearly four times among granite- cutters. In Class 158 (cutters, carvers and tracers in 
marble- works) there were 13 deaths, 7 of which were from tuberculosis. The death rates 
among the stone-cutters from pneumonia and accident were twice the standard. 

STEAM VESSELS. 
Class 190.— Officers and Engineers in Coastwise Trade, excluding those traveling to the Tropics. 
Class 191.— Officers on Steamers on Rivers, Lakes, Sounds and Harbors, excluding Great Lakes. 
Class 192.— Officers and Engineers on Ocean Steamers. 

Class ne^thi Expected Ratio of Actual to 

,!!f °=^*''= Deaths Expected Deaths 

}2? ^t 24.69 138% 

191 75 70.41 107 

192 103 66.07 i56 

These results are consistent with those of Class 33, which showed a mortality ratio of 
1 lb /o among officers and engineers on steamers on Great I,akes 

sounIf«n?rj^'' ^'T. ^'"^'''* ^°'°''^ ^^""'^ ^^°^^ ^"^^^'^ ^^^P '^^"^ °" rivers, lakes, 
m tt ^^'^'''\^.^' '^''^ t^°^^« the normal; among those on the Great Lakes, fou; times 
among those engaged in the coastwise trade, and on ocean steamers, five times the formal. 

Class 193.— Journeymen Tailors. 

Deithi ^DeSif Ratio of Actual to 

,„- °^^*''= Expected Deaths 

193 195.48 99% 



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The death rate from tuberculosis was distinctly higher than the normal, especially at 
the younger ages at entry, where it was twice the standard. In the English occupational 
statistics the proportion of deaths from tuberculosis was about 30% above the standard, and 
similar conditions prevail in the United States, as evidenced by the United States mortality 
statistics (1909). 

Class 194. — Journeymen Tanners. 



Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio of Actual to 
Expected Deaths 


34 


41.04 


83% 



The group was a small one, and therefore liable to fluctuations. 

Class 196. — Undertakers and Embalmers, Proprietors. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

132 138.86 95% 

Apparently this occupation is not detrimental to health. 

Class 198. — Veterinary Surgeons. 

Actual Expected Ratio of Actual to 

Deaths Deaths Expected Deaths 

37 46.24 80% 

Here again the small amount of data indicates the probability of accidental fluctuation. 
The ratio of actual to expected deaths was 61% for ages at entry under 40, and 118% for 
the older ages. 

Class 199. — ^Woolen Mill Operatives (Men). 



Actual 


Expected 


Ratio of Actual to 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Expected Deaths 


56 


49.77 


113% 



The death rates from tuberculosis and accident are slightly above the normal — a result 
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TABLE I 
STANDARD RATES OF MORTALITY PER 1000 (M. A. TABLE) 

USED TO OBTAIN EXPECTED DEATHS 



Policy 


AGES AT ENTRY 


Policy 




15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


Year 


1 


3.1 


3.3 


3.5 


3.7 


4.1 


4.7 


6.4 


1 


2 


4.3 


4.5 


4.6 


4.8 


5.2 


6.4 


8.8 


2 


3 


4.5 


4.6 


4.7 


4.9 


5.4 


6.9 


9.5 


3 


4 


4.6 


4.7 


4.8 


5.0 


5.7 


7.5 


10.4 


4 


5 


4.6 


4.8 


4.9 


5.2 


5.9 


8.0 


11.3 


5 


6 


4.7 


4.8 


4.9 


5.3 


6.2 


8.5 


12.2 


6 


7 


4.7 


4.9 


5.0 


5.4 


6.6 


9.1 


13.2 


7 


8 


4.7 


4.9 


5.0 


5.5 


7.0 


9.8 


14.3 


8 


9 


4.8 


4.9 


5.1 


5.7 


7.5 


10.6 


15.4 


9 


10 


4.8 


4.9 


5.2 


5.9 


8.0 


11.5 


16.7 


10 


11 


4.8 


5.0 


5.3 


6.2 


8.5 


12.5 


18.1 


11 


12 


4.9 


5.0 


5.4 


6.6 


9.1 


13.5 


19.6 


12 


13 


4.9 


5.1 


5.5 


7.0 


9.8 


14.6 


21.4 


13 


14 


4.9 


5.2 


5.7 


7.5 


10.6 


15.8 


23.4 


14 


15 


4.9 


5.3 


5.9 


8.0 


11.5 


17.1 


25.7 


15 


16 


5.0 


5.4 


6.2 


8.5 


12.5 


18.5 


28.3 


16 


17 


5.0 


5.5 


6.6 


9.1 


13.5 


20.1 


31.2 


17 


18 


5.1 


5.6 


7.0 


9.8 


14.6 


21.9 


34.4 


18 


19 


5.2 


5.8 


7.5 


10.6 


15.8 


24.0 


37.9 


19 


20 


5.3 


6.1 


8.0 


11.5 


17.1 


26.4 


41.7 


20 


21 


5.4 


6.4 


8.5 


12.5 


18.5 


29.1 


45.8 


21 


22 


5.5 


6.8 


9.1 


13.5 


20.1 


32.1 


50.3 


22 


23 


5.7 


7.3 


9.8 


14.6 


21.9 


35.4 


55.1 


23 


24 


5.9 


7.8 


10.6 


15.8 


24.0 


39.0 


60.2 


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Policy 


AGES AT ENTRY 


Policy 




50-53 


54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63-65 


66-68 


69-70 


Year 


1 


9.1 


12.2 


16.0 


20.5 


26.0 


30.0 


35.0 


1 


2 


12.5 


15.8 


20.4 


27.5 


36.0 


47.0 


57.8 


2 


3 


13.8 


18.3 


24.0 


32.1 


42.9 


56.6 


69.7 


3 


4 


15.0 


20.1 


26.4 


35.4 


47.1 


61.7 


75.5 


4 


5 


16.3 


21.9 


29.1 


39.0 


51.6 


66.8 


81.8 


5 


6 


17.5 


24.0 


32.1 


42.9 


56.6 


72.3 


88.4 


6 


7 


19.0 


26.4 


35.4 


47.1 


61.7 


78.3 


95.7 


7 


8 


20.6 


29.1 


39.0 


51.6 


66.8 


84.8 


103.7 


8 


9 


22.5 


32.1 


42.9 


56.6 


72.3 


91.9 


112.4 


9 


10 


24.7 


35.4 


47.1 


61.7 


78.3 


99.5 


121.8 


10 


11 


27.2 


39.0 


51.6 


66.8 


84.8 


107.9 


131.9 


11 


12 


30.0 


42.9 


56.6 


72.3 


91.9 


116.9 


142.9 


12 


13 


33.1 


47.1 


61.7 


78.3 


99.5 


126.6 


154.8 


13 


14 


36.5 


51.6 


66.8 


84.8 


107.9 


137.2 


167.5 


14 


15 


40.2 


56.6 


72.3 


91.9 


116.9 


148.6 


181.3 


15 


16 


44.2 


61.7 


78.3 


99.5 


126.6 


160.9 




16 


17 


48.5 


66.8 


84.8 


107.9 


137.2 


174.1 




17 


18 


53.1 


72.3 


91.9 


116.9 


148.6 


188.4 




18 


19 


58.1 


78.3 


99.5 


126.6 


160.9 


203.7 




19 


20 


63.2 


84.8 


107.9 


137.2 


174.1 


220.1 




20 


21 


68.5 


91.9 


116.9 


148.6 


188.4 


237.7 




21 


22 


74.1 


99.5 


126.6 


160.9 


203.7 


256.5 




22 


23 


80.3 


107.9 


137.2 


174.1 


220.1 






23 


24 


86.9 


116.9 


148.6 


188.4 


237.7 






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TABLE II 
GENERAL SUMMARY 
1.— "Required" Occupations. 

Actual 
Deaths 
Occupation 

Army — Commissioned Officers, excluding Chaplains, 
Physicians, Surgeons and Paymasters -i^* 

AuTOMOBiLB Industry: 

Proprietors and Salesmen 

Repairmen and Machinists ' 

Chauffeurs, non-racing, not including Testers and 

Demonstrators 8 

Bakers, Journeymen ^^^ 

Cooks and Chefs in Hotels and Restaurants (Men) 156 

Druggists, Retail— Proprietors and Employees 3618 

Ei/EcTRic Light, Hbat and Powbr Systems: 

Superintendents, Managers and Chief Engineers ... 180 

Electrical Engineers handling Live Wires 84 

Stationary Engineers and Firemen 78 

Linemen (Pole Climbers) and Arc Light Trimmers ... 71 

FiRB Departments, City: 

Lieutenants, Captains, Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs 51 

Firemen, Laddermen, Pipemen and Hosemen 155 

Drivers, Engineers, Stokers and Truckmen 54 

GivASS Industry: 

Glass-blowers not using machinery, excluding Fore- 
men and Superintendents 70 

Bevelers, Grinders, Engravers and Cutters of Glass, 

excluding Foremen and Superintendents 77 

Hatters, Journeymen, excluding Straw Hatters 84 

Life-saving Corps — Officers and Men 30 

Liquor Business: 
HoTEi<s WITH Bar: 

Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers not at- 
tending Bar 529 

Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers attend- 
ing Bar 519 

Sai,oons, Billiard Rooms, Pool Rooms and Bowling 
Alleys, with Bar: 

Proprietors and Managers not attending Bar 222 

Proprietors and Managers attending Bar 830 

Breweries : 

Proprietors, Managers and Superintendents 483 

Clerks ^ ]^2 

Foremen, Maltsters, Beer-pump Repairers and 
Journeymen 245 

Detailed tables are generally not given for classes in which the statistics show less 



Expected 
Deaths 



247.32 



57.90 



Ratio of 

Actual to 

Expected 

Deaths 



131% 



7.69 


117 


6.85 


102 


7.40 


108 


367.97 


98 


102.61 


152 


3346.08 


108 


193.80 


93 


79.82 


105 


84.76 


92 


50.05 


142 


42.00 


121 


104.55 


148 


43.40 


124 



121 



52.60 


146 


62.74 


134 


31.17 


96 



391.66 


135 


291.94 


178 


122.23 


182 


478.75 


173 


358.99 


135 


86.35 


130 


95.13 


152 


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TABLE II (Continued) 

GENERAL SUMMARY 
1. — "Required" Occupations 

Ratio of 

Actual Expected Actual to 

Occupation Deaths Deaths Expected 

Deaths 

Distilleries : 
26 Proprietors, Managers and Superintendents 119 140.17 85 

28 Traveling Salesmen and Collectors for Distilleries, 

Breweries and Wholesale Liquor Houses (excluding 

lifelong total abstainers) 179 139.89 128 

Wholesale Liquor Houses: 

29 Proprietors and Managers 992 810.67 122 

30 Clerks 138 123.06 112 

Restaurants with Bar: 

31 Proprietors, Superintendents and Managers not 

attending Bar 105 69.09 152 

32 Waiters in Hotels, Restaurants and Clubs where 

liquor is served 83 46.83 177 

33 Marine — OfficersandBngineersonSteamersonGreatLakes 95 80.80 118 

Metal Working : 

Metal Grinding and Polishing: 

34 Cutlers, Scissors-grinders, Axe, Plow and other Steel 

Grinders, excluding Foremen and Superintendents 43 36.69 117 

35 Burnishers, Buffers, Finishers and Polishers of Metal, 

excluding Foremen and Superintendents 86 85.02 101 

Blast Furnaces: 

36 Foremen, Assistant Foremen and Working Superin- 

tendents 37 33.72 110 

37 Forgemen, Foundrymen and Molders, excluding 

Foremen and Superintendents 593 501.77 118 

38 Rolling Mill Employees (Hot Iron Workers only), ex- 

cluding Foremen and Superintendents 236 201.53 117 

Mining : 
Underground Mines — Supervision : 

39 Engineers, Superintendents and Managers occasion- 

ally going underground (excluding Coal Mines). . 268 197.99 135 

40 Superintendents and Managers of Coal Mines occa- 

sionally going underground 106 100.41 106 

Surface Mines — Placer, Drift, Hydraulic, Etc. : 

41 Foremen and Bosses 23 14.38 160 

42 Working Miners 70 33.72 208 

Underground Mines other than Coal Mines : 

43 Foremen and Bosses 54 32.12 168 

44 Working Miners 642 283.66 226 

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GENERAL SUMMARY 

1. — "Required" Occupations 

Ratio of 

Actual Expected Actual to 

Occupation Deaths Deaths Expected 

Coal MinBS: 

45 Working Coal Miners (Anthracite) 66 34.55 191% 

46 Working Coal Miners (Bituminous) 45 34.22 132 

47 Navy — Commissioned Ofificers (excluding Chaplains, 

Physicians, Surgeons and Paymasters) 149 97.79 152 

Nursing: 

48 Trained Male Nurses 27 22. 14 122 

49 Trained Female Nurses 317 392.12 81 

PoucB AND Prisons: 

50 City Policemen 526 377.67 139 

5 1 Marshals, Sheriffs and Constables (excluding Chief 

Sheriffs not exposed to hazard from occupation) . . . 475 355.07 134 

52 Jailers, Wardens and Prison Guards 75 68.65 109 

Potteries: 

53 Employees molding Potter's Clay (excluding Fore- 

men and Superintendents) 28 16.45 170 

55 All other Employees (excluding Foremen, Super- 

intendents and Office Employees and those glazing 

pottery) 27 29.00 93 

Railways : 

56 Passenger Trainmen (not Conductors) excluding 

issues prior to 1890 76 55.52 137 

57 Locomotive Engineers, excluding issues prior to 1890 541 337.38 160 

58 lyocomotive Firemen, excluding issues prior to 1890. 193 101.84 190 

59 Check Clerks, Freight Inspectors, Car Inspectors, 

Car Sealers, Yard Clerks and Yard Masters 221 156.92 141 

60 TrackSupervisors and Foremen and Section Foremen 421 333.07 126 

61 Sawyers in Saw-mills, excluding those working part of 

the year in other occupations 80 66.48 120 

63 Smelter Works— Foremen and Workmen (Millmen) ... . 38 33.26 114 

64 Structural Iron Works (including Housesmiths and 

Bridge-builders) 74 43 9^ jgg 

65 Teamsters (excluding Liquor Trade) 1207 1040.28 1 16 

Theaters : 

66 Actors (including Vaudeville Performers, but exclud- 

mg Acrobats and Circus Performers) . . 87 60 1 S 1 4S 

68 Proprietors, Managers and Treasurers of Theaters' 

Music Halls and Vaudeville Houses .' 153 112.66 136 

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TABLE II (Concluded) 

GENERAL SUMMARY 
2. — "Optional" Occupations. 

Ratio ot 

Actual Expected Actual to 

Occupation Deaths Deaths Expected 

Deaths 

104 Barbers and Hair-dressers, Journeymen 130 119.11 109% 

112 Bricklayers 82 76.13 108 

1 13 Butchers (Retail), Journeymen 225 235.23 96 

117 Blacksmiths who occasionally Shoe Horses, and Horse- 

shoers 250 309.76 81 

124 Cigarmakers (Men) 43 39.76 108 

127 Cotton Factory Operatives (Men) 46 42.50 108 

133 Domestic Servants (Women) 188 148.18 127 

141 Firemen (Stationary), not connected with Mining or 

other hazardous pursuits 33 29.89 110 

143 Fishermen, In-shore 25 34.48 73 

150 Groceries with Bar — Proprietors 39 23.76 164 

152 Janitors 98 87.62 112 

153 Jewelers, Journeymen 87 115.12 76 

154 Ivivery Stables— Proprietors 274 216.84 126 

156 Lumbermen 176 165.36 106 

160 Millers, Journeymen 134 126.61 106 

161 Motormen on Street Electric Ivines 28 21.41 131 

165 Oil Fields — Drillers, Pumpmen and Gangers 43 60.44 71 

167 Painters (House), Journeymen 132 1 19.42 1 1 1 

168 Paper and Pulp Mill Operatives (Men) 38 37.73 101 

171 Plumbers and Steam-fitters, Journeymen 157 158.46 99 

Printing : 

173 Compositors, Journeymen 68 66.44 102 

174 Pressmen, Journeymen 70 59.74 117 

177 Railway Mail Clerks and Express Messengers 57 67.28 85 

183 Shoe Manufacture Operatives (Men) 91 90.29 101 

188 Stone-cutters, Journeymen 76 35.45 214 

Stbam Vessels: 

190 Officers and Engineers in Coastwise Trade, excluding 

those traveling to the Tropics 34 24.69 138 

191 Officers on Steamers on Rivers, Lakes, Sounds and 

Harbors, excluding Great Lakes 75 70.41 107 

192 Officers and Engineers on Ocean Steamers 103 66.07 156 

193 Tailors, Journeymen 193 195.48 99 

194 Tanners, Journeymen 34 41.04 83 

196 Undertakers and Embalmers, Proprietors 132 138.86 95 

198 Veterinary Surgeons 37 46.24 80 

199 Woolen Mill Operatives (Men) 56 49.77 113 

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TABLE III 

MISSIONED OFFICERS IN ARMY, EXCLUDING CHAPLAINS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS AND 

PAYMASTERS 



Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 
ance 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


11 




.C 


3 851 




6 2.81 


1459 


16 


5.11 


934 


10 


3.46 


1 


9 




.C 


4 609 




4 2.74 


1077 


9 


4.95 


687 


5 


3.30 


2 


8 






4 515 




5 2.37 


937 


8 


4.40 


609 


3 


2.98 


3 


7 






3 456 




3 2.14 


847 


6 


4.07 


537 


1 


2.69 


4 


5 






2 406 




3 1.95 


768 


3 


3.76 


487 


6 


2.53 


5 


3 






»1 372 




4 1.79 


660 


2 


3.23 


416 


4 


2.20 


6 


3 






)1 324 




3 1.59 


588 


5 


2.94 


365 


1 


1.97 


7 


3 






)1 281 




3 1.38 


479 


4 


2.40 


332 


2 


1.83 


8 


3 






)1 240 




2 1.18 


419 


6 


2.14 


301 


3 


1.72 


9 


2 






)1 222 




3 1.09 


391 


4 


2.03 


282 


1 


1.66 


10 


1 






)0 179 




1 .90 


333 


1 


1.76 


248 


3 


1.54 


11 








115 




3 .58 


229 


2 


1.24 


167 


2 


1.10 


12 








89 




.45 


200 


1 


1.10 


146 


1 


1.02 


13 








74 




.38 


176 


1 


1.00 


125 


2 


.94 


14 








63 




.33 


157 


2 


.93 


113 


1 


.90 


15 








52 




.28 


128 




.79 


94 




.80 


16 








38 




.21 


113 




.75 


80 


1 


.73 


17 








29 




.16 


90 


1 


.63 


69 




.68 


18 








22 




.13 


72 




.54 


59 


1 


.63 


19 








21 




.13 


58 




.46 


42 


2 


.48 


20 








9 




.06 


34 




.29 


25 




.31 


21 








6 




.04 


17 




.15 


16 




.22 


22 








1 




.01 


8 
4 


1 


.08 
.04 


13 
3 




.19 

.05 


23 
24 


4( 


) 


. 


16 2837 




n 12.01 


5088 


42 


22.29 


3254 


25 


14.96 


1—5 


L 


5 


.( 


)5 2137 




19 10.69 


4156 


30 


22.50 


2896 


24 


18.97 


6-24 



t Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Exposed 
to Risk 



572 
457 

397 

361 

338 

307 

273 

248 

231 

218 

180 

136 

119 

100 

88 

69 

58 

45 

36 

27 

18 

11 

8 

3 

2125 

2175 



Actual 
Deaths 



15 
21 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.35 

2.38 

2.14 

2.06 

1.99 

1.90 

1.80 

1.74 

1.73 

1.74 

1.53 

1.24 

1.17 

1.06 

1.01 

.86 

.78 

.66 

.57 

.46 

.33 

.22 

.18 

.07 

10.92 

19.05 



Exposed 
to Risk 



364 

300 

265 

241 

221 

202 

186 

165 

152 

135 

105 

70 

61 

52 

46 

38 

34 

32 

28 

25 

15 

12 

8 

3 

1391 

1369 



Actual 
Deaths 



1 
1 

11 

22 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.71 
1.92 
1.83 
1.81 

1.77 

1.72 

1.69 

1.62 

1.61 

1.55 

1.31 

.95 

.89 

.82 

.79 

.70 

.68 

.70 

.67 

.66 

.44 

.39 

.28 

.12 

9.04 

17.59 



238 

204 

189 

167 

151 

140 

130 

119 

109 

102 

88 

69 

55 

51 

46 

36 

32 

29 

27 

22 

13 

8 

6 

3 

949 

1085 



Actual 
Deaths 



12 

17 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.52 
1.80 

1.80 
1.74 
1.71 
1.71 
1.72 



70 

68 

70 

59 

35 

18 

19 

18 

1.02 

1.00 

1.00 

1.02 

.92 

.60 

.40 

.33 

.18 

8.57 

21.47 



126 

108 

98 

87 

82 

69 

66 

58 

57 

56 

49 

39 

32 

31 

27 

23 

19 

14 

10 

7 

5 

2 

1 

501 
565 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.15 

1.35 

1.35 

1.31 

1.34 

1.21 

1.25 

1.19 

1.28 

1.38 

1.33 

1.17 

1.06 

1.13 

1.09 

1.02 

.92 

.74 

.58 

.44 

.34 

.15 

.08 

6.50 
16.36 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



TABLE III (Continued) 
OFFICERS m^RMY^^^NG^CHAPLAINS, PHYSICIANS. SURGEONS AN 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



71 
59 
55 

50 

46 

41 

37 

36 

33 

31 

25 

14 

12 

7 

5 

4 

4 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

281 

260 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.87 

.93 

1.01 

1.01 

1.01 

.98 

.98 

1.05 

1.06 

1.10 

.98 

.60 

.57 

.36 

.28 

.25 

.27 

.22 

.16 

.17 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 

4.83 

9.45 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



48 
41 

36 

33 

31 

31 

30 

27 

20 

19 

15 

12 

10 

8 

6 

6 

4 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 



189 
195 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.77 
.84 
.86 
.87 
.90 
1.00 
1.06 
1.05 
.86 
.89 
.77 
.68 
.62 
.53 
.43 
.47 
.34 
.18 
.20 
.11 
.12 
.13 



4.24 
9.44 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 
17 

17 

14 

13 

10 

9 

5 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



83 
35 



.45 

.47 
.55 
.50 
.51 
.43 
.42 
.26 
.23 
.19 
.13 
.07 
.08 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



2.48 

1.81 



37 
29 



Expected 
Deaths 



.24 

.30 

.36 

.28 

.31 

.34 

.31 

.33 

.14 

.08 

.08 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.15 

.16 

.17 



1.49 
2.45 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 










Insur- 


Years 




Deaths 


Deatlis 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


2321 


22 


7.95 


277 


1506 


14 


5.81 


241 


602 


6 


3.23 


186 


1 


2 


1695 


13 


7.73 


168 


1144 


11 


5.68 


194 


504 


3 


3.72 


81 


2 


3 


1460 


13 


6.81 


191 


1006 


4 


5.12 


78 


454 


2 


3.63 


55 


3 


4 


1310 


9 


6.24 


144 


898 


4 


4.75 


84 


408 


8 


3.55 


225 


4 


5 


1179 


6 


5.73 


105 


825 


7 


4.52 


155 


372 


4 


3.48 


115 


5 


1—5 


7965 


63 


34.46 


183 


5379 


40 


25.88 


155 


2340 


23 


17.61 


131 


1—5 


6—7 


1950 


14 


9.57 


146 


1361 


13 


7.87 


165 


658 


9 


6.84 


132 


6—7 


8-10 


2040 


22 


10.25 


215 


1612 


9 


10.42 


86 


782 


10 


9.86 


101 


8-10 


11-15 


1616 


11 


8.67 


127 


1422 


15 


11.51 


130 


643 


13 


11.25 


116 


11-15 


16-24 


702 


2 


4.75 


42 


676 


8 


8.22 


97 


371 


7 


11.11 


63 


16-24 


1-24 


14273 


112 


67.70 


165 


10450 


85 


63.90 


133 


4794 


62 


56.67 


109 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


1-59 






60 a 


ad over 






All Ag« 


>s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


245 


9 


2.79 


323 


31 


1 


.69 


145 


4705 


52 


20.47 


254 


1 


2 


208 


1 


3.12 


32 


25 




.77 




3576 


28 


21.02 


133 


2 


3 


189 


4 


3.22 


124 


25 


1 


.91 


lio 


3134 


24 


19.69 


122 


3 


4 


170 


3 


3.19 


94 


20 




.78 




2806 


24 


18.51 


130 


4 


5 


159 


3 


3.25 


92 


19 


2 


.82 


244 


2554 


22 


17.80 


124 


5 


1—5 


971 


20 


15.57 


128 


120 


4 


3.97 


101 


16775 


150 


97.49 


154 


1—5 


6—7 


274 


4 


6.48 


62 


30 


4 


1.50 


267 


4273 


44 


32.26 


136 


6—7 


8-10 


337 


7 


9.86 


71 


20 


3 


1.23 


244 


4791 


51 


41.62 


123 


8-10 


11-15 


292 


13 


11.60 


112 


9 




.78 




3982 


52 


43.81 


119 


11-15 


16-24 


117 


9 


7.31 


123 


5 


1 


.75 


133 


1871 


27 


32.14 


84 


16-24 


1-24 


1991 


53 


50.82 


104 


184 


12 


8.23 


146 


31692 


324 


247.32 


131 


1-24 



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t Entry 


15-19 




20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 
ance 




to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 




639 




1.98 


2619 


10 


8.64 


2721 


10 


9.52 


2220 


9 


8.21 


1 




400 


1 


1.72 


1588 


3 


7.15 


1898 


5 


8.73 


1615 


10 


7.75 


2 


" 


312 


4 


1.40 


1297 


3 


5.97 


1620 


6 


7.61 


1389 


4 


6.81 


3 




246 


1 


1.13 


1066 


7 


5.01 


1410 


7 


6.77 


1236 


7 


6.18 


4 




203 


2 


.93 


889 


7 


4.27 


1201 


10 


5.88 


1092 


6 


5.68 


5 




159 


2 


.75 


722 


5 


3.47 


993 


5 


4.87 


930 


8 


4.93 


6 




126 




.59 


599 


5 


2.94 


857 


2 


4.29 


809 


2 


4.37 


7 




100 




.47 


500 


1 


2.45 


736 




3.68 


720 


3 


3.96 


8 




86 




.41 


430 


2 


2.11 


628 




3.20 


627 




3.57 


9 




71 




.34 


351 


1 


1.72 


547 




2.84 


533 


4 


3.14 


10 




58 




.28 


274 


1 


1.37 


453 




2.40 


448 


4 


2.78 


11 




47 




.23 


230 




1.15 


383 




2.07 


381 


8 


2.51 


12 




39 




.19 


191 


2 


.97 


337 




1.85 


311 


1 


2.18 


13 




33 




.16 


162 




.84 


283 




1.61 


261 




1.96 


14 




32 




.16 


134 




.71 


236 




1.39 


219 




1.75 


15 




17 




.09 


109 




.59 


186 




1.15 


168 


1 


1.43 


16 




13 




.07 


87 


1 


.48 


157 




1.04 


137 




1.25 


17 




6 




.03 


70 




.39 


123 




.86 


111 


1 


1.09 


18 




4 




.02 


56 




.32 


105 




.79 


91 


2 


.96 


19 




3 




.02 


40 




.24 


75 




.60 


63 




.72 


20 




2 




.01 


20 




.13 


33 




.28 


31 


1 


.39 


21 




2 




.01 


17 




.12 


22 




.20 


27 


1 


.36 


22 




1 




.01 


13 




.09 


15 




.15 


16 




.23 


23 




1 




.01 


5 




.04 


4 




.04 


10 




.16 


24 




1800 


8 


7.16 


7459 


30 


31.04 


8850 


38 


38.51 


7552 


36 


34.63 


1—5 




800 


4 


3.85 


4010 


18 


20.13 


6173 


19 


33.31 


5893 


36 


37.74 


6-24 


at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 




Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 




to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 




1425 


1 


5.84 


840 


7 


3.95 


389 


1 


2.49 


172 


1 


1.57 


1 




1052 


7 


5.47 


651 


3 


4.17 


294 


4 


2.59 


144 


1 


1.80 


2 




916 


3 


4.95 


568 


" 8 


3.92 


253 


2 


2.40 


132 


2 


1.82 


3 




803 


2 


4.58 


501 


2 


3.76 


219 


4 


2.28 


114 


3 


1.71 


4 




686 


4 


4.05 


422 


4 


3.38 


177 


4 


2.00 


94 


4 


1.53 


5 




600 


2 


3.72 


356 


2 


3.03 


149 


1 


1.82 


79 


5 


1.38 


6 




502 


5 


3.31 


312 


3 


2.84 


122 


2 


1.61 


63 


1 


1.20 


7 




417 


1 


2.92 


262 


5 


2.57 


101 


3 


1.44 


56 


1 


1.15 


8 




358 




2.69 


214 


2 


2.27 


89 


3 


1.37 


47 


2 


1.06 


9 




299 


5 


2.39 


184 


1 


2.12 


65 


1 


1.09 


36 


1 


.89 


10 




250 


2 


2.13 


141 




1.76 


42 




.76 


22 


1 


.60 


11 




211 




1.92 


116 


4 


1.57 


34 


1 


.67 


20 




.60 


12 




183 


2 


1.79 


93 


2 


1.36 


23 




.49 


19 




.63 


13 




156 




1.65 


81 




1.28 


21 


1 


.49 


17 


1 


.62 


14 




132 




1.52 


65 


1 


1.28 


17 


1 


.44 


11 




.44 


15 




96 




1.20 


47 


4 


.87 


9 




.25 


8 




.35 


16 




73 




.99 


39 


1 


.78 


8 


1 


.25 


6 




.29 


17 




64 




.93 


34 




.74 


6 




.21 


6 




.32 


18 




54 




.85 


27 




.65 


6 




.23 


5 


1 


.29 


19 




40 




.68 


20 




.53 


6 




.25 


4 


1 


.25 


20 




24 




.44 


8 




.23 


4 


1 


.18 


3 




.21 


21 




15 




.30 


6 




.19 


3 




.15 


2 




.15 


22 




12 




.26 


4 




.14 


2 


1 


.11 


1 




.08 


23 




5 




.12 


2 




.08 


1 




.06 








24 




4882 


17 


24.89 


2982 


24 


19.18 


1332 


15 


11.76 


656 


11 


8.43 


1—5 




3491 


26 


29.81 


2011 


25 


24.29 


708 


16 


11.87 


405 


14 


10.51 


6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



^Exposed 
to Risk 



68 

57 

49 

43 

31 

23 

19 

17 

17 

15 

10 

9 

7 

6 

6 

3 

3 

1 



248 
136 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.83 
.90 

.90 
.86 
.68 
.55 
.50 
.49 
.55 
.53 
.39 
.39 
.33 
.31 
.34 
.19 
.20 
.07 



TABLE III (Continued) 
5. JOURNEYMEN BAKERS 



57-59 



4.17 
4.84 



Kxposed 
to Risk 



40 
34 

28 

22 

18 

17 

14 

9 

7 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 



Actual 
Deaths 



142 
56 



Expected 
Deaths 



.64 

.69 
.67 
.58 
.52 
.55 
.50 
.35 
.30 
.14 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 



Exposed 
to Risk 



3.10 
2.18 



18 

16 

14 

12 

10 

10 

8 

7 

6 

6 

6 

4 

2 

1 



70 
50 



60-62 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.37 

.44 
.45 
.42 
.39 
.43 
.38 
.36 
.34 
.37 
.40 
.29 
.16 
.08 



2.07 
2.81 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.09 
.10 
.11 

.13 
.13 

.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.08 
.09 
.10 



.56 
1.13 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


5979 
3886 
3229 
2722 
2293 


20 
9 

13 
15 
19 


20.14 

17.60 
14.98 
12.91 
11.08 


99 

51 

87 

116 

171 


3645 

2667 
2305 
2039 

1778 


10 

17 

7 

9 

10 


14.05 
13.22 
11.76 
10.76 
9.73 


71 

129 

60 

84 

103 


1229 
945 
821 
720 
599 


8 
7 

10 
6 
8 


6.44 

6.76 
6.32 
6.04 

5.38 


124 
104 
158 
99 
149 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


18109 
3456 
3449 
2892 
1186 


76 

19 

9 

8 

5 


76.71 
16.91 
17.22 
15.38 

7.78 


99 
112 
52 
52 
64 


12434 
2841 
2954 
2552 
1037 


53 
17 
13 
19 
13 


59.52 
16.33 
18.67 
20.19 
12.36 


89 

104 

70 

94 

105 


4314 
939 
915 
633 

232 


39 

8 

15 

10 

8 


30.94 

9.30 

10.86 

10.10 

5.90 


126 
86 

138 
99 

136 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


29092 


117 


134.00 


87 


21818 


115 


127.07| 91 


7033 


80 


67.10 


119 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


280 
235 
209 
179 
143 


2 
1 
2 
5 
6 


3.04 
3.39 

3.39 
3.15 
2.73 


66 

29 

59 

159 

220 


21 
18 
16 

14 
12 


1 
1 


.46 

.54 
.56 

.55 
.52 


179 
182 


11154 
7751 
6580 
5674 
4825 


40 

34 
33 
36 

43 


44.13 

41.51 
37.01 
33.41 
29.44 


91 

82 

89 

108 

146 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1046 

215 

207 

133 

42 


16 

10 

6 

6 

3 


15.70 
4.68 
5.46 
4.99 
2.40 


102 
214 
110 
120 
125 


81 
22 
25 
16 


2 
2 
1 
4 


2.63 
1.12 
1.62 
1.20 


76 
179 

62 
333 


35984 
7473 
7550 
6226 
2497 


186 
56 
44 
47 
29 


185.50 
48.34 
53.83 
51.86 
28.44 


100 

116 

82 

91 

102 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 1643 


41 


33.23 


123 144 


9 


6.57 


137 


59730 


362 


367.97 


98 


1-24 



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Entry 


15-19 


20-24 




25-29 






30-34 








Sxposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 




to Risk 


Deaths Deatlis 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Ye^rs 




96 


.30 


697 


1 


2.30 


100( 


3 3 


3.52 


925 2 


3.42 


1 




47 


.20 


367 


2 


1.65 


64 


3 4 


2.96 


647 3 


3.11 


2 




36 


.16 


296 


2 


1.36 


50 


3 4 


2.38 


549 5 


2.69 


3 




31 


.14 


244 


1 


1.15 


43 


5 2 


2.09 


469 5 


2.35 


4 




20 


.09 


196 


1 


.94 


35 


7 4 


1.75 


400 4 


2.08 


5 




13 


.06 


154 


1 


.74 


30 


2 2 


1.48 


343 6 


1.82 


6 




10 


.05 


125 




.61 


25 


2 2 


1.26 


287 5 


1.55 


7 




9 


.04 


104 




.51 


20 


7 1 


1.04 


240 4 


1.32 


8 




9 


.04 


88 




.43 


17 


4 


.89 


198 2 


1.13 


9 




7 


.03 


71 




.35 


13 


6 1 


.71 


155 2 


.91 


10 




6 


.03 


55 




.28 


11 


6 1 


.61 


111 3 


.69 


11 




2 


.01 


44 




.22 


8 


5 


.46 


89 


.59 


12 




2 


.01 


31 




.16 


6 


4 


.35 


68 


.48 


13 






.00 


20 




.10 


5 


1 


.29 


51 


.38 


14 






.00 


17 




.09 


3 


7 2 


.22 


41 


.33 


15 






.01 


14 




.08 


2 


1 


.13 


30 


.26 


16 






.01 


12 




.07 


1 


4 


.09 


19 


.17 


17 






.01 


7 




.04 


1 





.07 


16 


.16 


18 






.01 


6 




.03 




7 


.05 




8 


.08 


19 








6 




.04 




5 


.04 




6 


.07 


20 








2 




.01 




1 


.01 




1 


.01 


21 






■ • 


1 




.01 














22 
23 
24 




230 


.89 


1800 


7 


7.40 


294 


7 17 


12.70 


2990 15 


13.65 


1-5 


- 


64 


.31 


757 


2 


3.77 


148 


2 9 


7.70 


1663 22 


9.95 


6-24 


it Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 




Exposed 


Actual Hxpected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Expose 


d Actual 


Expected 


Expose 


d Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 




to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risl 


c Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risl 


c Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 




586 


7 2.40 


315 


2 


1.48 


14 


8 


.95 


5 


3 ] 


.48 


1 




399 


2 2.07 


220 




1.41 


10 


2 2 


.90 


4 


1 : 


! .51 


2 




354 


3 1.91 


188 


3 


1.30 


8 


5 1 


.81 


3 


3 


.46 


3 




299 


4 1.70 


164 


2 


1.23 


7 


2 1 


.75 


2 


9 


.44 


4 




250 


3 1.48 


133 


3 


1.06 


6 


2 2 


.70 


2 


9 ] 


.47 


5 




202 


1 1.25 


lbs 


1 


.92 


5 


3 2 


.65 


2 


2 


.39 


6 




168 


1 1.11 


94 




.86 


4 


4 


.58 


1 


7 


.32 


7 




140 


3 .98 


71 


1 


.70 


4 


3 


.57 


1 


5 


.31 


8 




112 


1 .84 


62 




.66 


2 


7 2 


.42 


1 


3 


.29 


9 




93 


3 .74 


50 


2 


.58 


f 


2 1 


.37 


1 


2 


.30 


10 




69 


2 .59 


33 




.41 


1 


4 1 


.25 




8 


.22 


11 




52 


1 .47 


29 


1 


.39 




9 


.18 




5 


.15 


12 




38 


2 .37 


24 




.35 




7 


.15 




1 


.03 


13 




28 


.30 


18 


1 


.28 




5 1 


.12 








14 




22 


.25 


11 




.19 




3 


.08 








15 




15 


.19 


8 


1 


.15 




1 


.03 








16 




7 


1 .09 


5 


1 


.10 




1 


.03 








17 




4 


\ .. .06 


3 




.07 














18 




4 


.06 


3 




.07 














19 




I 


.03 


1 




.03 














20 




1 


.02 


1 


1 


.03 














21 
22 
23 
24 




188f 


i 19 9.56 


102C 


IC 


6.48 


4( 


39 6 


4.11 


1 


35 


4 2.36 


1-5 




957 


15 7.35 


521 


S 


5.7S 


2; 


?6 IC 


3.43 




93 


• 1 2.01 


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Ages at Entry 54-55 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



26 
20 
15 
11 
11 

8 
8 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



83 
42 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.32 
.32 
.27 

.22 
.24 
.19 
.21 
.15 
.13 
.14 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.10 
.06 
.06 



1.37 
1.43 



TABLE III (Continued) 
AND CHEFS IN HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS fMEN^ 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 

10 

8 

8 

7 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



45 
17 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.19 
.20 
.19 
.21 
.20 
.13 
.11 
.12 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.99 
.76 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



16 



Expected 

Deaths 



.12 
.11 

.13 
.04 
.04 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.44 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.16 



SYNOPSIS 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1799 

1057 

838 

710 

573 


4 
6 
6 

3 

5 


6.12 
4.81 
3.90 
3.38 

2.78 


65 
125 
154 

89 
180 


1511 

1046 

903 

768 

650 


( 


9 5.82 
5 5.18 
B 4.60 
? 4.05 
7 3.56 


15 
9 

17^ 
22: 
19' 


5 463 
7 322 
i 273 
2 236 
7 195 


2 
2 
4 

3 

5 


2.43 
2.31 

2.11 
1.98 
1.76 


82 

87 

190 

152 

284 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4977 
856 
805 
532 
110 


24 
5 
3 
3 


20.99 

4.20 

4.04 

2.83 

.71 


114 

119 

74 

106 


4878 

1000 

938 

569 

113 


3i 

i: 

1 


3 23.21 
? 5.73 
) 5.92 
i 4.45 
1.20 


16^ 
22: 
25: 
18C 

8: 


t 1489 
? 299 
i 272 
) 153 
23 


16 
3 
9 
4 
3 


10.59 

3.01 

3.30 

2.40 

.51 


151 
100 
273 
167 
588 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7280 


35 


32.77| 107 


7498 


7 = 


) 40.51 


18i 


2236 


35 


19.81 


177 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


91 

71 
56 
48 
47 


1 

4 
2 

1 


.99 

1.03 

.92 

.87 
.91 


101 
388 
217 

110 


7 
5 
5 
2 

1 




.15 
.15 
.17 
.09 

.04 




3871 
2501 
2075 
1764 
1466 


16 

17 
20 
15 
18 


15.51 
13.48 

11.70 

10.37 

9.05 


103 
126 
171 
145 
199 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


313 

62 

58 

31 

1 


8 
1 
1 
1 


4.72 
1.35 
1.53 
1.26 
.06 


169 

74 
65 
79 


20 




.60 




11677 

2217 

2073 

1285 

247 


86 
22 
28 
16 
4 


60.11 
14.29 
14.79 
10.94 

2.48 


143 
154 
189 
146 
161 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 465 


11 


8.92 


123 


20 




.60 




17499 


156 


102.61 


152 


1-24 



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Intry 


15-1? 




20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 
ance 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


2991 


10 


9.27 


20135 


92 


66.45 


21088 


83 


73.81 


15289 


64 


56.57 


1 


2103 


9 


9.04 


14690 


71 


66.11 


15895 


63 


73.12 


11996 


58 


57.58 


2 


1775 


6 


7.99 


12745 


72 


58.63 


14095 


78 


66.25 


10662 


43 


52.24 


3 


1503 


10 


6.91 


11048 


51 


51.93 


12563 


72 


60.30 


9397 


48 


4'6.99 


4 


1276 


6 


5.87 


9772 


39 


46.91 


11168 


76 


54.72 


8434 


38 


43.86 


5 


1057 


8 


4.97 


8485 


37 


40.73 


9826 


56 


48.15 


7508 


45 


39.79 


6 


869 


6 


4.08 


7431 


31 


36.41 


8805 


64 


44.03 


6702 


44 


36.19 


7 


730 


4 


3.43 


6548 


37 


32.09 


7838 


56 


39.19 


5973 


52 


32.85 


8 


618 


2 


, 2.97 


5820 


36 


28.52 


7018 


50 


35.79 


5372 


46 


30.62 


9 


527 


7 


i 2.53 


5086 


28 


24.92 


6273 


45 


32.62 


4839 


32 


28.55 


10 


424 


3 


' 2.04 


4321 


23 


21.61 


5375 


33 


28.49 


4121 


15 


25.55 


11 


371 


3 


1.82 


3677 


,27 


18.39 


4722 


18 


25.50 


3649 


21 


24.08 


12 


328 


1 


1.61 


3183 


13 


16.23 


4114 


16 


22.63 


3242 


'26 


22.69 


13 


285 


1 


1.40 


2788 


11 


14.50 


3642 


16 


20.76 


2930 


22 


21.98 


14 


251 


2 


1.23 


2393 


5 


12.68 


3190 


22 


18.82 


2610 


34 


20.88 


15 


193 




.97 


1940 


10 


10.48 


2618 


16 


16.23 


2149 


20 


18.27 


16 


152 


2 


.76 


1597 


11 


8.78 


2199 


16 


14.51 


1806 


14 


16.43 


17 


117 


2 


.60 


1236 


5 


6.92 


1820 


10 


12.74 


1489 


18 


14.59 


18 


84 


2 


.44 


962 


3 


5.58 


1466 


18 


11.00 


1169 


12 


12.39 


19 


55 


1 


.29 


696 


3 


4.25 


1085 


6 


8.68 


884 


13 


10.17 


20 


18 




.10 


282 




1.80 


464 


10 


3.94 


373 


5 


4.66 


21 


12 




.07 


186 


1 


1.26 


316 


5 


2.88 


247 


3 


3.33 


22 


4 




.02 


95 


1 


.69 


187 


3 


1.83 


159 


1 


2.32 


23 


2 




.01 


35 




.27 


72 




.76 


79 


1 


1.25 


24 


9648 


41 


39.08 


68390 


325 


290.03 


74809 


372 


328.20 


55778 


251 


257.24 


1—5 


6097 


44 


29.34 


56761 


282 


286.11 


71030 


460 


388.55 


55301 


424 


366.59 


6-24 



intry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


9273 


38 


38.02 


5253 


27 


24.69 


2843 


16 


18.20 


1051 


8 


9.56 


1 


7277 


40 


37.84 


4136 


26 


26.47 


2273 


23 


20.00 


839 


10 


10.49 


2 


6499 


39 


35.09 


3699 


26 


25.52 


1999 


19 


18.99 


741 


6 


10.23 


3 


5811 


34 


33.12 


3293 


29 


24.70 


1743 


19 


18.13 


660 


7 


9.90 


4 


5156 


47 


30.42 


2892 


26 


23.14 


1507 


20 


17.03 


582 


9 


9.49 


5 


4574 


31 


28.36 


2566 


20 


21.81 


1296 


18 


15.81 


512 


15 


8.96 


6 


4076 


29 


26.90 


2305 


23 


20.98 


1146 


12 


15.13 


445 


6 


8.46 


7 


3687 


31 


25.81 


2060 


21 


20.19 


1014 


15 


14.50 


391 


5 


8.05 


8 


3305 


25 


24.79 


1841 


20 


19.51 


893 


11 


13.75 


330 


5 


7.43 


9 


2953 


30 


23.62 


1602 


26 


18.42 


774 


13 


12.93 


286 


6 


7.06 


10 


2529 


33 


21.50 


1310 


15 


16.38 


636 


14 


11.51 


225 


8 


6.12 


11 


2200 


14 


20.02 


1138 


19 


15.36 


543 


9 


10.64 


185 


7 


5.55 


12 


1896 


21 


18.58 


969 


17 


14.15 


471 


10 


10.08 


155 


8 


5.13 


13 


1676 


12 


17.77 


830 


15 


13.11 


410 


7 


9.59 


126 


5 


4.60 


14 


1462 


19 


16.81 


721 


7 


12.33 


361 


13 


9.28 


106 


1 


4.26 


15 


1151 


14 


14.39 


556 


12 


10.29 


243 


6 


6.88 


62 


4 


2.74 


16 


956 


17 


12.91 


459 


10 


9.23 


202 


8 


6.30 


47 


4 


2.28 


17 


761 


13 


11.11 


374 


11 


8.19 


150 


3 


5.16 


33 


1 


1.75 


18 


603 


8 


9.53 


297 


6 


7.13 


112 


5 


4.24 


26 


3 


1.51 


19 


454 


6 


7.76 


224 


7 


5.91 


78 


1 


3.25 


15 




.95 


20 


202 


11 


3.74 


96 


7 


2.79 


46 


3 


2.11 


9 


2 


.62 


21 


122 




2.45 


58 


6 


1.86 


32 


1 


1.61 


5 


2 


.37 


22 


76 


1 


1.66 


33 


1 


1.17 


18 


1 


.99 


2 




.16 


23 


39 




.94 


16 


1 


.62 


9 




.54 


1 




.09 


24 


34016 


198 


174.49 


19273 


134 


124.52 


10365 


97 


92.35 


3873 


40 


49.67 


1—5 


32722 


315 


288.65 


17455 


244 


219.43 


8434 


150 


154.30 


2961 


82 


76.09 


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Ages at Entry 



54-56 



57-59 



60-62 



63 and over 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 



485 
383 
324 
286 
255 
222 
194 
180 
159 
140 
104 
80 
69 
54 
43 
26 
23 
21 
16 
12 
6 
3 
2 
1 

1733 

1355 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



27 

37 



5.92 
6.05 
5.93 
5.75 
5.58 
5.33 
5.12 
5.24 
5.10 
4.96 
4.06 
3.43 
3.25 
2.79 
2.43 
1.60 
1.54 
1.52 
1.25 
1.02 
.55 
.30 
.22 
.12 

29.23 

49.83 



276 
225 
201 
180 
159 
146 
129 
106 
82 
60 
39 
29 
21 
19 
18 
10 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1041 
672 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 

44 



4.42 
4.59 
4.82 
4.75 
4.63 
4.69 
4.57 
4.13 
3.52 
2.83 
2.01 
1.64 
1.30 
1.27 
1.30 
.78 
.42 
.28 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 

23.21 
29.34 



Actual 
Deaths 



134 

111 

103 

87 

73 

61 

48 

39 

34 

24 

20 

15 

13 

11 

10 

5 

3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



508 
291 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



4 
5 

2 
4 

1 
3 
2 
1 

1 
1 



12 
14 



2.75 

3.05 

3.31 

3.08 

2.85 

2.62 

2.26 

2.01 

1.92 

1.48 

1.34 

1.08 

1.02 

.93 

.92 

.50 

.32 

.23 

.25 

.27 

.15 

.16 



15.04 
17.46 



Actual 
Deaths 



72 
50 

42 

39 

31 

26 

19 

15 

11 

7 

4 

4 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



234 
100 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.94 

1.92 

1.93 

1.97 

1.74 

1.55 

1.22 

1.05 

.83 

.57 

.36 

.40 

.43 

.36 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.15 

.16 

.17 

.19 



9.50 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 



7.83 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 



1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



15-29 



44214 
32688 
28615 
25114 
22216 



Actual 
Deaths 



185 
143 
156 
133 
121 



Expected 
Deaths 



152847 
36473 
40458 
39064 
17893 



1-24 I 286735 



738 
202 
265 
194 
125 
1524 



149.53 
148.27 
132.87 
119.14 
107.50 



Ratio 

% 



657.31 
178.37 
202.06 
207.71 
115.86 



1361.31 



Ages at Entry 


50 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


ance 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Years 






1 


1812 


16 


2 


1447 


20 


3 


1266 


19 


4 


1126 


11 


5 


996 


17 


1—5 


6647 


83 


6—7 


1648 


37 


8-10 


1734 


48 


11-15 


1273 


52 


16-24 


333 


26 


1-24 


11635 


246 



-59 



Expected 
Deaths 



19.90 
21.13 
20.98 
20.40 
19.70 

102.11 
37.13 
48.32 
49.14 
20.67 



124 
96 
117 
112 
113 



112 
113 
131 
93 
108 
112 



Exposed 
to Risk 



24562 
19273 
17161 
15208 
13590 



Ratio 

% 



80 
95 
91 

54 
86 



89794 
22860 
26129 
26315 
12719 



30-39 



Actual 
Deaths 



177817 



102 

98 

82 

82 

85 

449 

149 

216 

217 

157 



Expected 
Deaths 



94.59 
95.42 
87.33 
80.11 
74.28 



431.73 
131.24 
166.24 
209.86 
147.90 



11881 



1086.97 



Ratio 

% 



40-49 



108 
103 
94 
102 
114 
104 
114 
130 
103 
106 



109 



Exposed 
to Risk 



8096 
6409 
5698 
5036 
4399 



29638 
7313 
8184 
7389 
3003 



55527 



Actual 
Deaths 



43 
49 
45 
48 
46 



Expected 
Deaths 



231 

73 

106 

126 

89 



625 



42.89 
46.47 
44.51 
42.83 
40.17 



Ratio 

% 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



216.87 
73.73 
99.30 

122.43 
78.27 



590.60 



100 
105 
101 
112 
115 



107 
99 
107 
103 
114 



106 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 



1-24 



60 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



206 
161 
145 
126 
104 



81 
100 

99 
106 
126 



742 
154 
130 

85 
22 



Expected 
Deaths 



5 

7 

_2 

1 
6 
7 
3 
1 

35 



4.69 
4.97 
5.24 
5.05 
4.59 
24.54 
7.65 
7.86 
6.96 
2.82 



All Ages at Entry 



Ratio 

% 

85 



95 
138 
44 
73 
78 
89 
43 
35 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



78890 
59978 
52885 
46610 
41305 



279668 
68448 
76635 
74126 
33970 



350 
310 
307 
281 
271 



Expected 
Deaths 




311.60 
316.26 
290.93 
267.53 
246.24 



1432.56 
428.12 
523.78 
596.10 
365.52 




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ENGINEERS 



Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


25 


. 




)8 755 




2 2.49 


1651 


5 


5.78 


1533 


4 


5.67 


1 


16 






)7 538 




6 2.42 


1220 


4 


5.61 


1154 


10 


5.54 


2 


11 






)5 454 




4 2.09 


1086 


9 


5.10 


1015 


6 


4.97 


3 


7 






)3 398 




1 1.87 


967 




4.64 


874 


7 


4.37 


4 


7 






)3 346 




1 1.66 


873 


3 


4.28 


771 


2 


4.01 


5 




. 




)2 298 




1 1.43 


773 


3 


3.79 


655 


4 


3.47 


6 


/■ 






)1 244 




1 1.20 


633 


2 


3.17 


554 


3 


2.99 


7 


2 






)1 210 




2 1.03 


525 


2 


2.63 


477 


3 


2.62 


8 








)0 165 




.81 


437 


4 


2.23 


384 


4 


2.19 


9 








)0 147 




1 .72 


358 


2 


1.86 


299 


3 


1.76 


10 








115 




.58 


284 


1 


1.51 


225 


1 


1.40 


11 








99 




.50 


243 


1 


1.31 


188 


2 


1.24 


12 








80 




.41 


190 




1.05 


145 




1.02 


13 








64 




.33 


144 




.82 


113 




.85 


14 








47 




.25 


111 


1 


.65 


87 




.70 


15 








38 




.21 


85 


1 


.53 


69 




.59 


16 








26 




.14 


70 




.46 


58 


1 


.53 


17 








20 




.11 


56 




.39 


40 




.39 


18 








14 




.08 


43 




.32 


30 


1 


.32 


19 








11 




.07 


27 


1 


.22 


15 


1 


.17 


20 








7 




.04 


10 




.09 


6 




.08 


21 








5 




.03 


6 




.05 


3 




.04 


22 








3 




.02 


3 




.03 


1 




.01 


23 








2 




.02 


1 




.01 


1 




.02 


24 


6f 


) 


■ ^ 


>6 2491 




L4 10.53 


5797 


14 


25.41 


5347 


29 


24.56 


1—5 


11 


. 


.( 


)4 1595 




5 7.98 


3999 


18 


21.12 


3350 


23 


20.39 


6-24 



Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


966 


2 


3.96 


503 




2.36 


254 




1.63 


95 


2 


.86 


1 


704 


2 


3.66 


379 


3 


2.43 


194 


2 


1.71 


63 




.79 


2 


617 


4 


3.33 


325 


2 


2.24 


162 




1.54 


52 




.72 


3 


518 


1 


2.95 


266 


2 


2.00 


130 


1 


1.35 


44 




.66 


4 


449 




2.65 


223 


1 


1.78 


110 




1.24 


36 


2 


.59 


5 


380 


2 


2.36 


190 


2 


1.62 


93 




1.13 


31 




.54 


6 


314 


2 


2.07 


168 


1 


1.53 


76 


2 


1.00 


26 




.49 


7 


269 


2 


1.88 


148 


3 


1.45 


65 




.93 


21 




.43 


8 


218 


1 


1.64 


112 


2 


1.19 


54 




.83 


19 


1 


.43 


9 


178 




1.42 


92 


3 


1.06 


50 


1 


.84 


15 


2 


.37 


10 


134 


3 


1.14 


72 


2 


.90 


41 




.74 


10 




.27 


11 


104 




.95 


58 


2 


.78 


32 


2 


.63 


10 




.30 


12 


86 




.84 


44 




.64 


24 




.51 


10 




.33 


13 


67 


1 


.71 


29 


2 


.46 


20 


2 


.47 


6 




.22 


14 


51 




.59 


23 


1 


.39 


14 




.36 


5 




.20 


15 


42 


1 


.53 


16 


1 


.30 


9 




.25 


4 




.18 


16 


38 


1 


.51 


11 




.22 


4 


1 


.12 


4 




.19 


17 


22 


1 


.32 


8 




.18 


1 


1 


.03 


3 




.16 


18 


13 




.21 


6 




.14 








1 




.06 


19 


11 




.19 


4 


1 


.11 














20 


4 




.07 


2 




.06 














21 


4 


1 


.08 


1 




.03 














22 


2 




.04 




















23 
24 


3254 


9 


16.55 


1696 


8 


10.81 


850 


3 


7.47 


290 


4 


3.62 


1—5 


1937 


15 


15.55 


984 


20 


11.06 


483 


9 


7.84 


165 


4 


4.17 


6-24 



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■c/WCjlNEERS 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



26 

20 

16 

14 

12 

8 

6 

6 

5 

4 

4 

3 

3 

3 

2 

2 



88 
46 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.32 
.32 
.29 
.28 
.26 
.19 
.16 
.17 
.16 
.14 
.16 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.11 
.12 



1.47 
1.63 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 
11 

7 
7 
5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 



42 
18 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.19 
.22 
.17 
.18 
.15 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.13 
.09 
.05 



.91 

.70 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



33 
11 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.16 
.22 
.22 
.18 
.20 
.17 
.14 
.15 
.06 



.98 

.52 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.23 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


2431 

1774 
1551 
1372 
1226 


7 

10 
6 

1 
4 


8.35 
8.10 
7.24 
6.54 
5.97 


84 
123 
83 
15 
67 


2499 
1858 
1632 
1392 
1220 


6 
12 
10 

8 
2 


9.63 
9.20 
8.30 
7.32 
6.66 


62 
130 
120 
109 

30 


757 

573 
487 
396 
333 


5 
2 
3 
1 


3.99 
4.14 
3.78 
3.35 
3.02 


121 

53 
90 
33 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


8354 
1955 
1846 
1377 
427 


28 
7 

11 
3 
2 


36.20 
9.62 
9.29 
7.41 
2.82 


77 
73 
118 
40 
71 


8601 
1903 
1825 
1200 
359 


38 
11 
13 

7 
7 


41.11 

10.89 

11.51 

9.44 

4.10 


92 
101 
113 

74 
171 


2546 

527 

521 

357 

62 


11 

5 

9 

11 

4 


18.28 
5.28 
6.30 
5.88 
1.44 


60 

95 

143 

187 

278 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


13959 


51 


65.34 


78 


13888 


76 


77.05 


99 


4013 


40 


37.18 


108 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


133 

94 
75 
65 
53 


2 
2 

3 


1.37 
1.33 
1.18 
1.12 
1.00 


146 
150 

300 


10 
9 

8 
6 
6 


1 


.21 

.26 
.26 
.23 
.25 


400 


5830 
4308 
3753 
3231 
2838 


15 

29 
18 
12 
11 


23.55 

23.03 
20.76 
18.56 
16.90 


64 
126 
87 
65 
65 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


420 
79 
79 
57 
14 

649 


7 

3 

1 

1 

12 


6.00 
1.65 
2.08 
2.06 
.71 
12.50 


117 

144 
49 

141 
96 


39 

7 
4 

50 


1 
1 


1.21 
.31 
.21 

1.73 


83 

58 


19960 

4471 

4275 

2991 

862 

32559 


85 
23 
36 
22 
14 
180 


102.80 

27.75 

29.39 

24.79 

9.07 

193.80 


83 

83 
122 

89 
154 

93 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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LIVE WIRES 



Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


79 




.24 


830 


3 


2.74 


1038 




1 3.63 


647 




2.39 


1 


45 


z 


! .19 


562 


5 


2.53 


782 




4 3.60 


470 


i 


2.26 


2 


39 




.18 


486 


4 


2.24 


697 




3.28 


430 


4 


2.11 


3 


30 




.14 


405 


1 


1.90 


622 




4 2.99 


376 


3 


1.88 


4 


24 


] 


[ .11 


340 


4 


1.63 


532 




2 2.61 


322 


2 


1.67 


5 


16 




.08 


281 


2 


1.35 


469 




1 2.30 


269 


1 


1.43 


6 


10 




.05 


212 




1.04 


378 




2 1.89 


207 


1 


1.12 


7 


7 




.03 


163 


2 


.80 


284 




1.42 


169 




.93 


8 


7 




.03 


123 




.60 


225 




1.15 


134 


1 


.76 


9 


5 




.02 


100 




.49 


192 




1 1.00 


99 


1 


.58 


10 


4 




.02 


71 


1 


.36 


152 




1 .81 


76 


4 


.47 


11 


3 




.01 


55 




.28 


111 




1 .60 


57 


1 


.38 


12 


3 




.01 


35 




.18 


77 




.42 


40 




.28 


13 


3 




.01 


28 


1 


.15 


61 




.35 


33 




.25 


14 


3 




.01 


21 




.11 


47 




.28 


30 




.24 


15 


2 




.01 


17 


1 


.09 


36 




.22 


23 




.20 


16 


2 




.01 


13 




.07 


29 




.19 


18 


- . 


.16 


17 


2 




.01 


8 




.04 


21 




.15 


12 




.12 


18 


2 




.01 


7 




.04 


15 




.11 


8 




.08 


19 


1 




.01 


4 




.02 


11 




.09 


7 


1 


.08 


20 








1 




.01 


4 
2 




.03 
.02 


1 
1 




.01 
.01 


21 
22 

23 
24 


217 




5 .86 


2623 


17 


11.04 


3671 


] 


LI 16.11 


2245 


10 


10.31 


1—5 


70 




.32 


1139 


7 


5.63 


2114 




6 11.03 


1184 


10 


7.10 


6-24 



Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Exposed 
to Risk 



302 

203 

182 

153 

132 

114 

84 

64 

52 

42 

29 

22 

17 

14 

7 

7 

7 

5 

4 

4 

3 

1 

1 

972 

477 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.24 

1.06 
.98 
.87 
.78 
.71 
.55 
.45 
.39 
.34 
.25 
.20 
.17 
.15 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.07 
.06 
.07 
.06 
.02 
.02 

4.93 
3.77 



112 

79 

71 

61 

57 

51 

38 

30 

20 

13 

12 

8 

7 

6 

5 

5 

4 

3 

3 

1 



380 
206 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.53 
.51 

.49 
.46 
.46 
.43 
.35 
.29 
.21 
.15 
.15 
.11 
.10 
.09 
.09 
.09 
.08 
.07 
.07 
.03 



2.45 
2.31 



44 

29 

28 

19 

15 

12 

7 

7 

4 

2 

2 



135 
34 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.28 
.26 
.27 
.20 
.17 
.15 
.09 
.10 
.06 
.03 
.04 



1.18 
.47 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 

11 

9 

9 

9 

7 
6 
5 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 



52 

27 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 
.14 
.12 
.14 
.15 
.12 
.11 
.10 
.09 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.03 



.68 
.56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



21 
9 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.08 
.06 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.36 

.24 



Actual 
Deaths 



16 

4 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 
.08 
.07 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.34 
.13 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



SYNOPSIS 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Ages a1 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Expos 


ed Actu 


al Expectec 


1 Ratio 










Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


toRL 


k Deal 


hs Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


1947 


4 


6.61 


61 


9 


49 


5 3 


63 13 


S 156 




.81 




1 


2 


1389 


11 


6.32 


174 


6 


73 


1 3 


32 3 


3 108 


1 


.77 


130 


2 


3 


1222 


4 


5.70 


70 


6 


12 


5 3. 


09 16 


2 99 


1 


.76 


132 


3 


4 


1057 


5 


5.03 


99 


5 


29 


5 2. 


75 18 


2 80 




.66 




4 


5 


896 


7 


4.35 


161 


4 


54 


3 2. 


45 12. 


2 72 




.63 




5 


1—5 


6511 


31 


28.01 


111 


32 


17 


19 15. 


24 12, 


5 515 


2 


3.63 


55 


1—5 


6—7 


1366 


5 


6.71 


75 


6 


74 


3 3. 


81 7< 


) 108 


2 


1.02 


196 


6—7 


8-10 


1106 


3 


5.54 


54 


5 


60 


2 3. 


45 5i 


5 76 


1 


.84 


119 


8-10 


11-15 


674 


4 


3.60 


111 


3 


25 


5 2. 


47 2o: 


? 40 


1 


.58 


172 


11-15 


16-24 


177 


1 


1.13 


88 


1 


02 


1 1. 


14 8{ 


5 16 


2 


.34 


588 


16-24 


1-24 


9834 


44 


44.99 


98 


48 


78 


30 26. 


11 ii; 


i 755 8 


6.41 


125 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


)-59 




60 and over 


All Ag< 


js at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Expose 


d Actu 


il Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


toRis 


c Deatl 


IS Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


24 




.27 












3076 


9 


11.32 


80 


1 


2 


19 




.28 












2189 


13 


10.69 


122 


2 


3 


16 




.26 












1949 


10 


9.81 


102 


3 


4 


15 




.27 












1681 


10 


8.71 


115 


4 


5 


15 




.30 












1437 


10 


7.73 


129 


5 


1—5 


89 




1.38 












10332 


52 


48.26 


108 


1—5 


6—7 


24 


1 


.54 


185 










2172 


11 


12.08 


91 


6—7 


8-10 


13 


1 


.30 


333 










1755 


7 


10.13 


69 


8-10 


11-15 


3 




.09 












1042 


10 


6.74 


148 


11-15 


16-24 


















295 


4 


2.61 


153 


16-24 


1-24 


129 


2 


2.31 


87 










15596 


84 


79.82 


105 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


d Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


IS Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


56 






7 545 


2 


1.80 


762 




4 2.67 


728 




3 2.69 


1 


2 


36 






5 340 


2 


1.53 


515 




3 2.37 


500 




3 2.40 


2 


3 


27 






2 277 




1.27 


430 




3 2.02 


434 




1 2.13 


3 


4 


19 






9 222 


1 


1.04 


369 




1.77 


379 




1 1.90 


4 


5 


15 






17 178 




.85 


313 




1 1.53 


337 




1 1.75 


5 


6 


11 






>5 157 


1 


.75 


271 




1 1.33 


301 




2 1.60 


6 


7 


8 






)4 115 


1 


.56 


213 




1.07 


251 




2 1.36 


7 


8 


5 






)2 78 




.38 


164 




.82 


204 




1 1.12 


8 


9 


5 






)2 59 


1 


.29 


117 




3 .60 


154 




.88 


9 


10 


4 






)2 42 




.21 


89 




1 .46 


120 




1 .71 


10 


11 


2 






)1 33 




.17 


65 




.34 


91 




.56 


11 


12 








)0 28 




.14 


48 




2 .26 


67 




.44 


12 


13 








)0 19 




.10 


34 




.19 


51 




.36 


13 


14 








14 




.07 


19 




.11 


34 




.26 


14 


15 








7 




.04 


13 




.08 


29 




.23 


15 


16 








4 




.02 


10 




.06 


22 




.19 


16 


17 








2 




.01 


8 




.05 


17 




.15 


17 


18 








2 




.01 


8 




.06 


14 




.14 


18 


19 














3 




.02 


12 




.13 


19 


20 














2 




.02 


10 




.12 


20 


21 














1 




.01 


9 




.11 


21 


22 














1 




.01 


6 




.08 


22 


23 














1 




.01 


5 




.07 


23 


24 














1 




.01 


4 




.06 


24 


1—5 


15: 


i 




30 1562 


5 


6.49 


2389 


] 


1 10.36 


2378 




9 10.87 


1—5 


6-24 


3> 


J 




16 560 


4 


2.75 


1068 




7 5.51 


1401 




6 8.57 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



453 
334 

278 

245 

210 

181 

141 

107 

74 

48 

43 

32 

27 

19 

16 

10 

7 

6 

5 

4 

1 



1520 
721 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.86 

1.74 

1.50 

1.40 

1.24 

1.12 

.93 

.75 

.56 

.38 

.37 

.29 

.26 

.20 

.18 

.13 

.09 

.09 

.08 

.07 

.02 



7.74 
5.52 



268 

185 

165 

129 

110 

95 

67 

49 

40 

33 

25 

18 

12 

8 

5 

5 

1 



857 
358 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.26 
1.18 
1.14 
.97 
.88 
.81 
.61 
.48 
.42 
.38 
.31 
.24 
.18 
.13 
.09 
.09 
.02 



5.43 
3.76 



130 

104 

89 

83 

72 

62 

47 

42 

30 

22 

13 

9 

5 

3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



478 
243 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.83 

.92 
.85 
.86 
.81 
.76 
.62 
.60 
.46 
.37 
.24 
.18 
.11 
.07 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 



4.27 
3.74 



43 

33 

32 

25 

20 

17 

11 

9 

6 

2 

2 

1 

1 



153 
49 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.39 
.41 
.44 
.38 
.33 
.30 
.21 
.19 
.14 
.05 
.05 
.03 
.03 



1.95 
1.00 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 ' 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



21 
16 
15 

12 

11 

9 
7 
6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



75 
41 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.26 

.25 
.27 
.24 
.24 
.22 
.18 
.17 
.16 
.14 
.12 
.09 
.09 
.05 
.06 
.06 



1.26 
1.34 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 
24 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



.08 
.10 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.11 
.06 



.51 
1.02 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
14 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.27 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 



.32 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1363 
891 
734 
610 
506 


6 

5 
3 
1 

1 


4.64 

4.05 
3.41 
2.90 

2.45 


129 

123 

88 

34 

41 


1181 

834 
712 
624 
547 


4 
3 
2 
3 

2 


4.55 

4.14 
3.63 
3.30 
2.99 


8i 
72 
5 = 
91 
67 


S 398 
289 
254 
212 
182 


4 
2 
2 
2 
3 


2.09 
2.10 
1.99 
1.83 
1.69 


191 
95 
101 
109 
178 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1-5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4104 

775 

563 

284 

43 


16 

3 
5 
3 


17.45 

3.80 

2.82 

1.51 

.29 


92 

79 

177 

199 


3898 
874 
707 
409 
132 


14 

5 
4 

1 


18.61 
5.01 
4.40 
3.15 
1.53 


7 = 

IOC 

91 

32 


1335 

271 

216 

100 

14 


13 

3 
4 

2 


9.70 
2.80 
2.71 
1.60 
.39 


134 
107 
148 

513 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5769 


27 


25.87 


104 


6020 


24 


32.70 


73 


1936 


22 


17.20 


128 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


69 

54 
51 
41 
35 


1 
1 


.73 

.76 
.81 
.73 
.69 


137 
123 


5 

5 

5 
5 
5 






.11 
.16 

.19 
.20 
.23 




3016 
2073 
1756 
1492 
1275 


15 
10 

8 
6 
6 


12.12 

11.21 

10.03 

8.96 

8.05 


124 
89 
80 
67 

75 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


250 

52 

42 

19 

1 


2 
2 

1 


3.72 

1.18 

1.28 

.84 

.06 


54 

169 

78 


25 
10 

7 

1 






.89 
.51 
.44 
.07 




9612 

1982 

1535 

813 

190 


45 

13 

14 

4 

2 


50.37 

13.30 

11.65 

7.17 

2.27 


89 

98 

120 

56 

88 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


364 


5 


7.08 


71 


43 






1.91 




14132 


78 


84.76 


92 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua! 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 




Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


113 


1 


.35 


648 




2 2.14 


642 


4 


2.25 4131 


1 1.53 


1 


2 


66 




.28 


374 




3 1.68 


407 


4 


1.87 


288 


2 1.38 


2 


3 


54 


1 


.24 


317 




4 1.46 


356 


2 


1.67 


247 


2 1.21 


3 


4 


40 




.18 


248 




1 1.17 


302 


2 


1.45 


212 


1.06 


4 


5 


33 




.15 


200 




2 .96 


265 


3 


1.30 


186 


1 .97 


5 


6 


26 


1 


.12 


174 




1 .84 


236 




1.16 


164 


2 .87 


6 


7 


21 




.10 


110 




.54 


177 


2 


.89 


120 


1 .65 


7 


8 


14 


1 


.07 


76 




.37 


122 


, , 


.61 


84 


1 .46 


8 


9 


10 




.05 


53 




.26 


88 


1 


.45 


58 


.33 


9 


10 


8 




.04 


39 




.19 


71 


1 


.37 


40 


3 .24 


10 


11 


5 




.02 


26 




.13 


57 


2 


.30 


30 


1 .19 


11 


12 


5 




.02 


20 




.10 


48 


1 


.26 


20 


.13 


12 


13 


4 




.02 


12 




.06 


33 


1 


.18 


17 


.12 


13 


14 


4 




.02 


11 




.06 


28 




.16 


15 


.11 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


10 




.05 


25 




.15 


12 


.10 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


7 




.04 


24 




.15 


8 


.07 


16 


17 


1 




.01 


5 




.03 


19 




.13 


7 


.06 


17 


18 


1 




.01 


4 




.02 


16 




.11 


7 


.07 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


2 




.01 


12 




.09 


4 


.04 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


2 




.01 


5 




.04 


4 


.05 


20 


21 


1 




.01 








2 




.02 


1 


.01 


21 


22 














2 




.02 




. . 


22 


23 














1 




.01 




, , 


23 


24 


. . 




. . 






. . 












24 


1—5 


3oe 


) 2 


1.20 


1787 




12 7.41 


1972 


15 


8.54 


1346 


6 6.15 


1-5 


6-24 


105 2 


.53 


551 




1 2.71 


966 


9 


5.10 


591 


8 3.50 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insui- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


225 




.92 


69 




.32 


36 




.23 


12 




.11 


1 


2 


168 


2 


.87 


43 






.28 


17 


] 


.15 


12 




.15 


2 


3 


148 


1 


.80 


40 






.28 


14 




.13 


12 




.17 


3 


4 


132 


1 


.75 


39 






.29 


13 




.14 


11 




.17 


4 


5 


118 


1 


.70 


35 






.28 


9 




.10 


11 


1 


.18 


5 


6 


103 


, , 


.64 


34 






.29 


9 




.11 


9 


1 


.16 


6 


7 


80 


2 


.53 


27 






.25 


8 




.11 


7 




.13 


7 


8 


61 




.43 


22 






.22 


6 




.09 


6 






.12 


8 


9 


47 




.35 


17 


1 


.18 


5 




.08 


6 




1 


.14 


9 


10 


34 


1 


.27 


15 


1 


.17 


4 




.07 


3 






.07 


10 


11 


23 




.20 


10 




.13 


3 




.05 


3 






.08 


11 


12 


20 




.18 


6 






.08 


2 




.04 


3 






.09 


12 


13 


18 




.18 


5 






.07 






.02 


2 






.07 


13 


14 


13 




.14 


3 






.05 






.02 


2 






.07 


14 


15 


10 




.12 


3 






.05 






.03 


2 






.08 


15 


16 


10 




.13 


2 






.04 






.03 








.04 


16 


17 


6 




.08 








.02 






.03 








.05 


17 


18 


4 




.06 








.02 














.05 


18 


19 


4 




.06 








.02 












, 


.06 


19 


20 


2 




.03 








.03 














.06 


20 


21 


1 




.02 








.03 
















21 


22 






























22 


23 






























23 


24 




















. . 








. , 


24 


1—5 


791 


5 


4.04 


226 






1.45 


89 




I .75 


58 


1 


.78 


1-5 


6-24 


436 


3 


3.42 


149 


2 


1.65 


42 




.68 


48 


2 1.27 


6-24 



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LIGHT TRIMMERS 


Mvijii-N \}:k 


Jl^Ji «JJ 


LIMBU 


KSj AJND 


ARC 


Ages at 


Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


5 




.06 


4 




.06 














1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


2 

3 

4 


2 

2 
2 




.03 
.04 
.04 


3 

3 
3 




.06 
.07 

.08 
















5 


2 




.04 


2 




.06 
















6 


2 




.05 


2 




.06 
















6 


7 


1 




.03 


/. 
^ 




.07 
















7 


8 








/• 
^ 




.08 
















8 


9 








] 




.04 
















9 


10 
11 
12 




























10 
11 
12 


13 




























13 


14 




























14 


15 




























15 


16 




























16 


17 




























17 


18 




























18 


19 




























19 


20 




























20 


21 




























21 


22 




























22 


23 




























23 


24 




























24 


1—5 


i: 


i 


.21 


li 


5 


.33 
















1—5 


6-24 


*. 


5 1 


.08 




7 1 


.25 
















6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1403 

847 
727 
590 
498 


7 

7 
7 
3 
5 


4.74 

3.83 
3.37 
2.80 
2.41 


148 
183 
208 
107 
207 


63J 

45£ 
39i 

344 
304 


1 

4 

3 

t 1 

I 2 


2.4 = 

2.2 = 
2.01 
1.81 
1.67 


41 
17£ 
14S 

55 
12C 


105 
60 

54 
52 
44 


1 


.55 

.43 
.41 
.43 
.38 


233 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4065 
744 
481 
290 
107 


29 
4 
3 
4 
1 


17.15 

3.65 

2.41 

1.54 

.74 


169 
110 
124 
260 
135 


2137 
467 
324 
111 


11 

5 

I 5 
1 


10.15 

2.6S 

2.0S 

1.47 

M 


108 

186 

24C 

68 


315 

78 

69 

35 

9 


1 

2 


2.20 
.76 
.81 
.54 
.22 


45 
247 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5687 


41 


25.49 


161 


3164 


\ 22 


17.11 


129 


506 


3 


4.53 


66 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


21 
17 
17 
16 
15 


1 


.23 
.24 
.28 

.29 
.28 


357 










2167 

1380 

1193 

1002 

861 


8 
12 
10 

4 
8 


7.97 
6.75 

6.07 
5.33 

4.74 


100 
178 
165 
75 
169 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


86 
23 
18 
12 
5 
144 


1 

2 
2 

5 


1.32 
.50 
.45 
.39 
.26 

2.92 


76 
400 
444 

171 










6603 

1312 

892 

515 

179 

9501 


42 
11 
12 

5 

1 

71 


30.86 
7.60 
5.75 
3.94 
1.90 

50.05 


136 

145 
209 
127 
53 
142 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 


Insur- 




Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 1 Actual 1 Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risl 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 








25 




.08 


87 




.30 


276 3 1.02 


1 


2 








9 




.04 


54 




.25 


177 . . .85 


2 


3 








9 




.04 


50 




.24 


157 1 .77 


3 


4 








7 




.03 


46 




.22 


137 1 .69 


4 


5 








6 




.03 


40 


2 


.20 


120 1 .62 


5 


6 








3 




.01 


31 




.15 


102 1 .54 


6 


7 








3 




.01 


31 




.16 


90 . . .49 


7 


8 








3 




.01 


23 




.12 


77 1 .42 


8 


9 












.00 


22 




.11 


61 .. .35 


9 


10 












.00 


16 




.08 


45 . . .27 


10 


11 












.01 


9 




.05 


38 . . .24 


11 


12 












.01 


6 




.03 


20 .. .13 


12 


13 












.01 


5 




.03 


] 


L6 .. .11 


13 


14 












.01 


4 




.02 


1 


. . .08 


14 


15 














3 




.02 




8 . . .06 


15 


16 














3 




.02 




2 . . .02 


16 


17 














2 




.01 




1 1 .01 


17 


18 


















.01 






18 


19 


















.01 






19 


20 


















.01 






20 


21 


















.01 






21 


22 


















.01 






22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 








5( 


3 


.22 


277 


2 


1.21 


867 6 3.95 


1-5 


6-24 








K 


5 


.07 


160 


2 


.85 


470 3 2.72 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


281 


1 


1.15 


206 


3 


.97 


112 


2 


.72 


60 




.55 


1 


2 


185 




.96 


139 




.89 


82 


2 


.72 


47 




.59 


2 


3 


167 




.90 


126 




.87 


69 




.66 


43 




.59 


3 


4 


148 


4 


.84 


108 




.81 


59 




.61 


30 




.45 


4 


5 


127 




.75 


88 




.70 


47 




.53 


26 




.42 


5 


6 


116 




.72 


79 




.67 


41 




.50 


24 




.42 


6 


7 


91 


1 


.60 


67 


2 


.61 


35 




.46 


21 


1 


.40 


7 


8 


74 


1 


.52 


48 




.47 


29 


2 


.41 


15 




.31 


8 


9 


55 




.41 


36 




.38 


19 




.29 


12 




.27 


9 


10 


42 






.34 


24 




.28 


15 




.25 


10 




.25 


10 


11 


35 






.30 


20 




.25 


13 




.24 


5 


1 


.14 


11 


12 


27 






.25 


13 




.18 


10 




.20 


2 


1 


.06 


12 


13 


19 




1 


.19 


12 




.18 


8 




.17 






.03 


13 


14 


12 






.13 


10 




.16 


5 




.12 






.04 


14 


15 


6 






.07 


9 




.15 


5 




.13 






.04 


15 


16 


3 






.04 


6 




.11 


5 




.14 






.04 


16 


17 


3 






.04 


6 




.12 


3 




.09 






.05 


17 


18 


1 






.01 


4 




.09 


3 




.10 






.05 


18 


19 


1 






.02 


4 




.10 


2 




.08 






.06 


19 


20 










4 




.11 


2 




.08 






.06 


20 


21 










4 




.12 


2 




.09 






.07 


21 


22 










4 




.13 


2 




.10 






.07 


22 


23 










2 




.07 














23 


24 




























24 


1—5 


908 


5 


4.60 


667 


6 


4.24 


369 


4 


3.24 


206 




2.60 


1-5 


6-24 


485 


3 


3.64 


352 


5 


4.18 


199 


6 


3.45 


99 


4 


2.36 


6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
17 
16 
14 

13 

11 

7 
5 
4 
3 
3 
3 



80 

45 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.24 
.27 
.29 
.28 
.28 
.26 
.18 
.15 
.13 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



1.36 
1.69 



TABLE III 
LIEUTENANTS 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 
9 

7 
5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



36 
14 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.18 
.18 
.17 
.13 
.12 
.10 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.78 
.60 



(Continued) 
CAPTAINS, CHIEFS AND ASSISTANT CHIEFS 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.08 
.03 
.04 



.21 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Agee at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


112 
63 

59 
53 
46 


2 


.38 

.29 

.28 
.25 
.23 


870 


557 
362 
324 
285 
247 


4 

1 
5 

1 


2.17 
1.81 

1.67 
1.53 
1.37 


184 

60 

327 
73 


318 
221 

195 
167 
135 


5 
2 
1 

1 
1 


1.69 
1.61 
1.53 
1.42 
1.23 


296 

124 

65 

70 

81 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


333 
68 
66 
31 
10 


2 
1 
1 


1.43 
.33 
.32 
.19 
.08 


140 
303 
313 


1775 

399 

354 

191 

11 


11 

2 
2 

1 
1 


8.55 
2.35 
2.31 
1.56 
.14 


129 
85 
87 
64 

714 


1036 
222 
171 
105 

53 


10 
3 
2 
3 
3 


7.48 
2.24 
2.08 
1.78 
1.53 


134 
134 
96 
169 
196 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


508 


4 


2.35 


170 


2730 


17 


14.91 


114 


1587 


21 


15.11 


139 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expetted 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


91 
73 
66 
49 
43 


1 


.97 
1.04 

1.05 
.86 

.82 


122 


4 
3 
1 

1 


1 


.09 
.08 

.03 
.04 


1250 


1082 
722 
645 
555 
471 


9 
3 
2 

6 

5 


5.30 

4.83 
4.56 
4.10 
3.65 


170 

62 

44 

146 

137 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1-5 

6-7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


322 
68 
55 
22 
13 


1 

3 

2 
2 


4.74 

1.43 

1.48 

.89 

.85 


21 
210 

225 
235 


9 


1 


.24 


417 


3475 
757 
646 
349 

87 


25 
9 
5 
6 
6 


22.44 
6.35 
6.19 
4.42 
2.60 


111 
142 
81 
136 
231 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


480 


8 


9.39 


85 


9 


1 


.24 


417 


5314 


51 


42.00 


121 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 



15-19 



20-24 



25-29 



30-34 



Insur- 


Exposed 


Years 


to Risk 


1 


22 


2 


10 


3 


6 


4 


4 


5 


4 


6 


3 


7 


2 


8 


1 


9 




10 




11 




12 




13 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 




19 




20 




21 




22 




23 




24 




1—5 


46 


6-24 


6 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.07 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.00 



.1 
.02 



Actual 
Deaths 



713 

349 

278 

216 

174 

128 

99 

82 

56 

40 

33 

21 

11 

8 

6 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 



1730 
500 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 



2.35 
1.57 
1.28 
1.02 
.84 
.61 
.49 
.40 
.27 
.20 
.17 
.11 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 



7.06 
2.48 



1490 

904 

788 

662 

556 

454 

3S8 

320 

253 

183 

129 

98 

58 

34 

22 

6 

5 

5 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

4400 

1967 



Actual 
Deaths 



8 

12 

5 

10 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



38 
9 



Expected 
Deaths 



22 
16 
70 
18 
72 
22 
94 
,60 
,29 
.95 
.68 
.53 
.32 
.19 
.13 
.04 
.03 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 

18.98 

10.06 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



1186 

788 

691 

604 

500 

406 

339 

281 

227 

176 

138 

98 

69 

45 

21 

12 

7 

6 

5 

4 

2 

1 

1 

3769 
1838 



Expected 
Deaths 



26 

7 



4.39 

3.78 

3.39 

3.02 

2.60 

2.15 

1.83 

1.55 

1.29 

1.04 

.86 

.65 

.48 

.34 

.17 

.10 

.06 

.06 

.05 

.05 

.03 

.01 

.01 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 



17.18 1—5 
10.73! 6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Expose 


d Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risl 


c Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


64 


7 


2.62 


260 


1 


1.22 


118 




.76 


47 


2 


.43 


1 


2 


39 


9 1 


2.07 


190 


2 


1.22 


88 


2 


.77 


35 


2 


.44 


2 


3 


35 


5 4 


1.92 


173 


1 


1.19 


73 


1 


.69 


30 




.41 


3 


4 


31 


4 


1.79 


148 


2 


1.11 


58 


2 


.60 


29 




.44 


4 


5 


26 


9 1 


1.59 


129 


2 


1.03 


45 


1 


.51 


26 


1 


.42 


5 


6 


23 


2 


1.44 


98 


3 


.83 


33 




.40 


19 


1 


.33 


6 


7 


IS 


8 1 


1.31 


86 


2 


.78 


28 


1 


.37 


8 




.15 


7 


8 


le 


5 3 


1.16 


63 




.62 


21 




.30 


7 




.14 


8 


9 


12 


6 2 


.95 


53 


1 


.56 


18 




.28 


7 




.16 


9 


10 


s 


12 1 


.74 


37 


1 


.43 


13 




.22 


7 




.17 


10 


11 


t 


)2 3 


.53 


23 




.29 


10 




.18 


6 




.16 


11 


12 


\. 


(9 1 


.35 


20 




.27 


8 




.16 


5 




.15 


12 


13 




!5 2 


.25 


7 




.10 


6 




.13 


3 




.10 


13 


14 


] 


2 


.13 


6 




.09 


5 




.12 


2 




.07 


14 


15 




2 


.02 


3 




.05 


3 




.08 


1 




.04 


15 


16 








2 




.04 


2 




.06 


1 




.04 


16 


17 








2 




.04 


1 




.03 








17 


18 








2 


1 


.04 
















18 


19 








1 


1 


.02 
















19 


20 




























20 


21 




























21 


22 




























22 


23 




























23 


24 


























, . 


24 


1—5 


19' 


77 13 


9.99 


900 


8 


5.77 


382 


6 


3.33 


167 


5 


2.14 


1-5 


6-24 


9. 


53 13 


6.88 


403 


9 


4.16 


148 


2 


2.33 


66 


2 


1.51 


6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 

11 

10 

8 

7 
5 
5 
3 
1 
1 



47 
15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 
.17 
.18 
.16 
.15 
.12 
.13 
.09 
.03 
.04 



.79 
.41 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 
2 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.12 
.10 
.11 

.06 
.06 



.49 
.06 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


2225 

1263 

1072 

882 

734 


16 

14 
7 

10 
3 


7.64 
5.77 
5.01 
4.22 
3.58 


209 
243 
140 
237 
84 


182( 

118: 

104( 
9U 
76t 


) 13 
f 6 
i 10 
I 7 
) 3 


7.0 

5.8v 

5.3 

4.8 

4.15 


I 18^ 

> lo: 

I ISi 
[ 14( 

) 7: 


) 378 
i 278 
5 246 
) 206 
! 174 


1 

4 
2 
4 
3 


1.98 
1.99 
1.88 
1.71 
1.54 


51 
201 
106 
234 
195 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


6176 

1074 

935 

420 

44 


50 
5 
3 

1 


26.22 

5.28 

4.71 

2.26 

.31 


191 

95 
64 
44 


574( 

117 = 

106: 

51] 

3i 


5 39 

) 4 

' 8 

8 


27.1' 
6.7; 
6.7: 
3.7{ 

.3: 


I 144 
5 5S 
5 lis 
5 212 


t 1282 
) 245 
) 205 
> 91 
10 


14 
6 
3 

2 


9.10 
2.38 
2.41 

1.47 
.23 


154 
252 
124 

870 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


8649 


59 


38.78 


152 


853: 


' 59 


44. 7 J 


S 132 


1833 


25 


15.59 


160 


1-24 


Aftes at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


64 

52 
44 
41 
35 


2 
2 

2 
1 


.66 

.73 
.69 
.71 
.63 


303 

274 

. . 

282 
159 










4493 
2780 
2408 
2047 
1712 


32 
26 

19 
23 
10 


17.29 
14.34 

12.89 

11.45 

9.94 


185 
181 
147 
201 
101 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


236 

39 

26 

17 

1 


7 
2 
2 

1 


3.42 
.79 
.63 
.52 
.04 


205 
253 
317 

2500 






. . 




13440 

2533 

2233 

1039 

93 


110 

17 

16 

9 

3 


65.91 

15.18 

14.48 

8.03 

.95 


167 
112 
110 
112 
316 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


319 


12 


5.40 


222 










19338 


155 


104.55 


148 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 




25-2? 






30-34 




■" 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


7 




.02 


165 




.54 


378 




1.32 


430 


1 


1.59 


1 


2 


4 




.02 


78 




.35 


214 


1 


.98 


267 


1 


1.28 


2 


3 


4 




.02 


62 




.29 


180 


1 


.85 


232 




1.14 


3 


4 


3 




.01 


51 




.24 


153 


2 


.73 


203 


i 


1.02 


4 


5 


3 




.01 


41 


1 


.20 


139 


1 


.68 


174 


2 


.90 


5 


6 


3 




.01 


32 


1 


.15 


127 


1 


.62 


147 


2 


.78 


6 


7 


3 




.01 


22 




.11 


102 


1 


.51 


121 




.65 


7 


8 


3 




.01 


15 


1 


.07 


87 




.44 


101 


1 


.56 


8 


9 








13 




.06 


70 




.36 


85 


1 


.48 


9 


10 








11 




.05 


53 




.28 


71 


2 


.42 


10 


11 








7 




.04 


40 




.21 


50 




.31 


11 


12 








7 




.04 


29 


1 


.16 


37 




.24 


12 


13 








6 




.03 


19 




.10 


26 




.18 


13 


14 








3 




.02 


7 




.04 


17 




.13 


14 


15 








2 




.01 


4 




.02 


13 




.10 


15 


16 








2 




.01 


2 




.01 


10 




.09 


16 


17 








2 




.01 


2 




.01 


8 




.07 


17 


18 








2 




.01 


1 




.01 


7 




.07 


18 


19 










. 










5 




.05 


19 


20 




















4 




.05 


20 


21 




















1 




.01 


21 


22 




















1 




.01 


22 


23 




















1 




.01 


23 


24 




















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


21 




.08 


397 


1 


1.62 


1064 


5 


4.56 


1306 


5 


5.93 


1-5 


6-24 


9 




.03 


124 


2 


.61 


543 


4 


2.77 


706 


6 


4.23 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


278 


3 


1.14 


143 


2 


.67 


80 




1 .51 


28 




.25 


1 


2 


185 




.96 


92 




.59 


57 




2 .50 


21 






.26 


2 


3 


172 




.93 


83 




.57 


49 




.47 


17 






.23 


3 


4 


147 




.84 


74 




.56 


40 




1 .42 


16 




1 


.24 


4 


5 


127 


1 


.75 


66 




.53 


38 




1 .43 


IC 






.16 


5 


6 


108 


2 


.67 


51 




.43 


31 




1 .38 


5 






.09 


6 


7 


88 


1 


.58 


45 




.41 


24 




1 .32 


4 






.08 


7 


8 


78 




.55 


32 




.31 


20 




.29 


3 






.06 


8 


9 


66 


2 


.50 


27 






.29 


15 




.23 


1 






.02 


9 


10 


49 


1 


.39 


20 






.23 


15 




.25 


1 






.02 


10 


11 


41 




.35 


18 






.23 


9 




.16 


1 






.03 


11 


12 


34 


1 


.31 


14 






.19 


7 




1 .14 










12 


13 


23 




.23 


10 






.15 


6 




.13 










13 


14 


18 






.19 


7 






.11 


3 




.07 










14 


15 


13 






.15 


6 






.10 


3 




.08 










15 


16 


7 






.09 


4 






.07 
















16 


17 


6 






.08 


3 






.06 
















17 


18 


6 






.09 


1 






.02 
















18 


19 


6 






.09 
























19 


20 


4 






.07 
























20 


21 


3 






.06 
























21 


22 


3 






.06 
























22 


23 


2 






.04 
























23 


24 


1 






.02 
























24 


1—5 


909 


4 


4.62 


458 


6 


2.92 


264 




5 2.33 


9: 


! 1 


1.14 


1-5 


6-24 


556 


7 


4.52 


238 


2 


2.60 


133 




3 2.0 = 


u 


) 1 


.30 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 
6 

6 
6 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



33 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



.12 
.09 
.11 
.12 
.11 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 



.55 
.18 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



24 

17 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 

.10 
.10 

.11 

.12 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.09 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.54 
.72 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 



.16 
.20 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.12 

.18 
.15 
.11 
.12 
.06 



.68 
.06 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


550 

296 
246 
207 
183 


1 

1 

2 
2 


1.88 
1.35 
1.16 

.98 
.89 


74 

86 

204 

225 


708 

452 
404 
350 
301 


4 

1 

1 

3 


2.73 
2.24 
2.07 
1.86 
1.65 


147 
45 

54 
182 


223 
149 

132 
114 
104 


3 

3 
1 

2 
2 


1.18 

1.09 

1.04 

.98 

.96 


254 
275 
96 
204 
208 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1482 

289 

252 

124 

11 


6 
3 

1 
2 


6.26 

1.41 

1.27 

.67 

.06 


96 
213 

79 
299 


2215 

464 

450 

272 

76 


9 

5 
7 

1 


10.55 

2.68 

2.90 

2.19 

.98 


85 
187 
241 

46 


722 

151 

129 

83 

8 


11 

4 

1 


5.25 
1.54 
1.60 
1.36 
.15 


210 
260 

74 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2158 


12 


9.67 


124 


3477 


22 


19.30 


114 


1093 


16 


9.90 


162 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 

Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


45 
32 

27 
26 
19 


1 


.48 

.45 
.44 
.47 
.39 


213 


5 
5 
4 

3 
3 


'i 


.14 
.21 
.18 

.15 
.16 


625 


1531 

934 
813 
700 
610 


7 
5 
2 
6 
8 


6.41 

5.34 
4.89 
4.44 
4.05 


109 

94 

41 

135 

198 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


149 

18 

16 

4 


1 
1 
1 


2.23 
.46 
.54 
.20 


45 
217 
185 


20 
3 
2 


1 


.84 
.15 
.11 


119 

■ ■ 


4588 

925 

849 

483 

95 


28 

13 

9 

4 


25.13 
6.24 
6.42 
4.42 
1.19 


111 
208 
140 

90 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


187 


3 


3.43 


87 


25 


1 


1.10 


91 


6940 


54 


43.40 


124 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 






Insur- 








Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


31 




.10 


383 


1 


1.26 


638 




1 2.23 


530 


1 


1.96 


1 


2 


21 




.09 


254 


1 


1.14 


474 




2 2.18 


400 


1 


1.92 


2 


3 


17 




.08 


199 


2 


.92 


390 




1 1.83 


353 


3 


1.73 


3 


4 


13 




.06 


160 




.75 


334 




1 1.60 


301 


3 


1.51 


4 


5 


10 




.03 


134 


1 


.64 


272 




2 1.33 


254 




1.32 


5 


6 


5 




.02 


107 




.51 


218 




5 1.07 


204 


2 


1.08 


6 


7 


4 




.02 


91 


2 


.45 


190 




1 .95 


159 


4 


.86 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


68 




.33 


155 




1 .78 


120 


2 


.66 


8 


9 


4 




.02 


52 


1 


.25 


125 




.64 


91 


1 


.52 


9 


10 


1 




.OC 


35 




.17 


98 




.51 


66 




.39 


10 


11 


1 




.OC 


26 




.13 


74 




.39 


47 




.29 


U 


12 








22 




.11 


58 




.31 


36 




.24 


12 


13 








20 




.10 


47 




1 .26 


31 




.22 


13 


14 








18 


1 


.09 


41 




.23 


19 




.14 


14 


15 








15 




.08 


35 




.21 


17 




.14 


15 


16 








13 




.07 


28 




.17 


17 




.14 


16 


17 








12 




.07 


24 




.16 


15 




.14 


17 


18 








11 




.06 


19 




.13 


10 




.10 


18 


19 








7 


1 


.04 


13 




.10 


10 




.11 


19 


20 








5 




.03 


9 




.07 


7 




.08 


20 


21 








3 




.02 


5 




.04 


5 




.06 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


2 




.02 


4 




.05 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 


3 




.04 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


3 




.05 


24 


1—5 


9: 


) 


.3f 


i 1130 


5 


4.71 


2108 




7 9.17 


1838 


8 


8.44 


1-5 


6-24 


IS 


) 1 


.Oi 


5 509 


5 


2.54 


1144 




8 6.07 


864 


11 


5.31 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


293 


3 


1.20 


133 




1 .63 


60 




.38 


17 


.15 


1 


2 


223 


2 


1.16 


107 




2 .68 


43 




.38 


15 


.19 


2 


3 


192 


1 


1.04 


96 




1 .66 


35 




.33 


10 1 


.14 


3 


4 


164 


1 


.93 


85 




2 .64 


29 




.30 


7 


.11 


4 


5 


144 




.85 


72 




.58 


21 




.24 


7 


.11 


5 


6 


117 




.73 


57 




1 .48 


18 




.22 


7 


.12 


6 


7 


94 




.62 


45 




3 .41 


16 




.21 


5 


.10 


7 


8 


73 


1 


.51 


37 




.36 


14 




.20 


4 


.08 


8 


9 


59 


1 


.44 


29 




.31 


9 




.14 


4 


.09 


9 


10 


44 




.35 


20 




.23 


5 




.08 


3 


.07 


10 


11 


36 




.31 


12 




.15 


4 


1 


.07 




.03 


11 


12 


20 


1 


.18 


9 




1 .12 


3 




.06 




.03 


12 


13 


15 




.15 


6 




.09 


3 




.06 




.03 


13 


14 


9 




.10 


5 




.08 


3 




.07 


1 1 


.04 


14 


15 


9 




.10 


5 




.09 


2 




.05 






15 


16 


5 




.06 


4 




.07 


1 




.03 






16 


17 


5 




.07 


4 




.08 


1 




.03 






17 


18 


3 




.04 


4 




.09 


1 




.03 






18 


19 


3 




,05 


4 




.10 


1 




.04 






19 


20 


3 




.05 


2 




.05 












20 


21 


2 




.04 


2 




.06 












21 


22 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 












22 


23 


, . 






















23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


1016 


7 


5.18 


493 




6 3.19 


188 




1.63 


56 1 


.70 


1-5 


6-24 


498 


4 


3.82 


246 




5 2.80 


81 


] 


1.29 


27 1 


.59 


6-24 



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SUPERINTENDENTS 




Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 


8 




.10 


1 




.02 


3 




.06 


] 




.osl 1 


8 




.13 


1 




.02 


2 




.06 








2 


3 


8 




.15 








1 




.03 








3 


4 


6 




.12 








1 




.04 








4 


5 


6 




.13 








1 




.04 








5 


6 


4 




.10 








1 




.04 








6 


7 


4 




.11 












.05 








7 


8 


4 




.12 












.05 








8 


9 


2 




.06 












M 








9 


10 






.04 




















10 


11 






.04 




















11 


12 






.04 




















12 


13 






.05 




















13 


14 






.05 




















14 


15 






.06 




















15 


16 






.06 




















16 


17 






.07 




















17 


18 






.07 




















18 


19 


























19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


36 




.63 


y 




.04 


8 


.23 


I 


.03| 1—5 


6-24 


23 




.87 








4 


.20 






1 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



"Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1052 
749 
606 
507 
416 


2 
3 
3 
1 

3 


3.59 
3.41 
2.83 
2.41 
2.02 


56 
88 

106 
41 

149 


823 

623 
545 
465 
398 


4 

3 
4 
4 


3.16 
3.08 

2.77 
2.44 
2.17 


127 

97 

144 

164 


193 
150 
131 

114 
93 


1 

2 
1 

2 


1.01 

1.06 

.99 

.94 

.82 


99 
189 
101 
213 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3330 
615 
542 
357 
158 


12 
8 
2 
3 

1 


14.26 
3.02 
2.72 
1.91 
1.04 


84 
265 

74 
157 

96 


2854 

574 

453 

239 

96 


15 
6 

5 
3 

1 


13.62 
3.29 
2.87 
1.87 
1.10 


110 
182 
174 
160 
91 


681 
136 
114 

52 
25 


6 

4 

2 


4.82 

1.32 

1.32 

.84 

.61 


124 
303 

238 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5002 


26 


22.95 


113 


4216 


30 


22.75 


132 


1008 


12 


8.91 


135 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


26 

24 
18 
13 
13 


1 


.27 

.34 
.29 
.23 
.24 


345 


4 
2 
1 
1 
1 




.09 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 




2098 

1548 

1301 

1100 

921 


7 
8 
9 
7 
3 


8.12 
7.95 

6.91 
6.06 
5.29 


86 
101 
130 
116 

57 


1 

2 

3 

4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


94 

20 

18 

9 

3 

144 


1 
1 

2 


1.37 
.43 
.46 
.37 
.20 

2.83 


73 

270 
71 


9 

2 
2 

13 




.26 
.09 
.11 

.46 




6968 

1347 

1129 

657 

282 

10383 


34 

18 

7 

9 

2 

70 


34.33 
8.15 
7.48 
4.99 
2.95 

57.90 


99 
221 

94 
180 

68 
121 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 




— * 


Insur- 






Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


82 




.25 


412 


2 


1.36 


484 


2 


1.69 


384 


4 


1.42 


1^ 


2 


54 




.23 


281 


3 


1.26 


358 


, . 


1.65 


315 


2 


1.51 


2 


3 


46 




.21 


242 


2 


1.11 


307 


2 


1.44 


274 


2 


1.34 


3 


4 


38 




.17 


205 


1 


.96 


262 


, . 


1.26 


234 


2 


1.17 


4 


5 


31 


1 


.14 


162 


1 


.78 


219 


2 


1.07 


194 


2 


1.01 


5 


6 


22 


1 


.10 


126 




.60 


183 




.90 


155 


1 


.82 


6 


7 


16 




.08 


102 




.50 


158 


1 


.79 


131 




.71 


7 


8 


10 




.05 


87 


2 


.43 


124 


2 


.62 


106 


2 


.58 


8 


9 


6 




.03 


66 




.32 


109 




.56 


79 




.45 


9 


10 


4 




.02 


52 


1 


.25 


89 




.46 


63 




.37 


10 


11 


3 




.01 


39 




.20 


70 




.37 


47 




.29 


11 


12 






.00 


30 




.15 


55 




.30 


34 




.22 


12 


13 






.00 


29 




.15 


44 




.24 


28 




.20 


13 


14 






.00 


26 




.14 


38 




.22 


21 




.16 


14 


15 






.00 


18 




.10 


29 




.17 


16 




.13 


15 


16 






.01 


14 




.08 


22 




.14 


10 




.09 


16 


17 






.01 


13 




.07 


19 




.13 


8 




.07 


17 


18 






.01 


10 




.06 


13 




.09 


2 




.02 


18 


19 






.01 


8 


1 


.05 


11 




.08 






. . 


19 


20 








4 




.02 


7 




.06 






, . 


20 


21 








3 




.02 


2 




.02 






, . 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


1 




.01 








22 


23 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 






. , 


23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


251 




I 1.00 


1302 


9 


5.47 


1630 


6 


7.11 


1401 


12 


6.45 


1-5 


6-24 


69 




I .33 


630 


4 


3.16 


975 


5 


5.17 


700 


5 


4.11 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


i Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


187 


3 


.77 


106 




.50 


51 


. 


.33 


23 


.2 


1 1 


2 


144 




.75 


83 




2 .53 


37 




.33 


21 


f 


6 2 


3 


127 


5 


.69 


71 




.49 


33 




.31 


20 


.2 


8 3 


4 


105 




.60 


60 




1 .45 


27 


] 


.28 


15 


.2 


3 4 


5 


86 


1 


.51 


49 




1 .39 


22 


] 


.25 


14 1 


,2 


3 5 


6 


74 


1 


.46 


37 




.31 


16 


] 


.20 


12 2 


.2 


1 6 


7 


65 


2 


.43 


30 




.27 


12 




.16 


9 




7 7 


8 


60 


, , 


.42 


24 




.24 


12 




.17 


8 




6 8 


9 


54 


1 


.41 


18 




.19 


10 




.15 


7 I 




6 9 


10 


43 




.34 


14 




.16 


8 




.13 


6 1 




5 10 


11 


35 


1 


.30 


10 




.13 


8 




.14 


1 




)3 11 


12 


24 


1 


.22 


9 




1 .12 


8 




.16 


1 




)3 12 


13 


18 




.18 


7 




1 .10 


6 




.13 






13 


14 


17 


1 


.18 


6 




.09 


5 




.12 






14 


15 


15 




.17 


6 




.10 


4 




.10 






15 


16 


9 






.11 


4 




.07 


3 




.08 






16 


17 


8 






.11 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 






17 


18 


5 






.07 


2 




.04 


2 




.07 






18 


19 


5 






.08 


2 




.05 






.04 






19 


20 


4 






.07 


1 




.03 






.04 






20 


21 


1 






.02 












.05 






21 


22 








, , 












.05 






22 


23 




















.06 






23 


24 














. 












24 


1—5 


649 


9 


3.32 


369 




4 2.36 


170 


^ 


I 1.50 


93 1 


1.: 


n 1-5 


6-24 


437 


7 


3.57 


173 




2 1.96 


101 


] 


1.91 


44 A 


t .< 


n 6-24^ 



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57-59 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



24 
15 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.09 
.08 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.07 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.04 



.41 
.46 



13 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.06 

.07 
.05 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 



.29 

.15 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



18 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 

.11 

.13 
.11 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 



.53 
.48 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.04 
.04 
.05 

.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.23 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 



51 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


978 

693 
595 
505 
412 


4 

3 
4 
1 
4 


3.30 
3.14 
2.76 
2.39 
1.99 


121 
96 

145 
42 

201 


571 
459 

401 
339 
280 


7 

2 
7 
2 
3 


2.19 
2.26 
2.03 
1.77 
1.52 


320 
88 
345 
113 
197 


157 

120 
104 

87 
71 


2 

2 
2 


.83 
.86 

.80 
.73 
.64 


233 

274 
313 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3183 
607 
547 
385 
135 


16 
2 
5 
1 
2 


13.58 

2.97 

2.74 

2.05 

.90 


118 
67 

182 
49 

222 


2050 
425 
405 

255 
52 


21 
4 
3 
4 

1 


9.77 
2.42 
2.57 
2.05 
.64 


215 
165 
117 
195 
156 


539 
95 
86 
69 
24 


6 
1 

2 


3.86 

.94 

1.04 

1.19 

.70 


155 
106 

168 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4857 


26 


22.24 


117 


3187 


33 


17.45 


189 


813 


9 


7.73 


116 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


33 

29 
27 
21 
20 


1 


.35 
.40 

.42 
.36 
.38 


263 


7 
5 
5 
4 

3 


1 


.15 
.15 
.17 

.16 
.13 


625 

• * 


1746 

1306 

1132 

956 

786 


11 

7 
11 

6 
10 


6.82 

6.81 
6.18 
5.41 
4.66 


161 
103 
178 
111 
215 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


130 
29 
29 

5 


1 

2 
3 


1.91 
.60 
.74 
.18 


52 
333 
405 


24 
4 
6 
5 


1 

2 


.76 
.21 
.39 
.39 


132 
513 


5926 

1160 

1073 

719 

211 


45 
9 

11 
9 
3 


29.88 
7.14 
7.48 
5.86 

2.24 


151 
126 
147 
154 
134 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


193 


6 


3.43 


175 


39 


3 


1.75 


171 


9089 


77 


52.60 


146 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


56 




.17 


307 


1 


1.01 


338 


2 


1.18 


296 




1.10 


1"~ 


2 


40 




.17 


215 




.97 


256 




1.18 


226 




1.08 


2 


3 


35 




.16 


176 




.81 


224 


2 


1.05 


202 




.99 


3 


4 


28 


2 


.13 


157 


. 


.74 


187 




.90 


179 




.90 


4 


5 


20 




.09 


132 




! .63 


154 




.75 


156 


, , 


.81 


5 


6 


15 




.07 


110 




! .53 


141 




.69 


136 




.72 


6 


7 


14 




.07 


95 




.47 


128 


2 


.64 


118 




.64 


7 


8 


9 




.04 


86 




.42 


110 




.55 


105 




.58 


8 


9 


7 




.03 


76 




.37 


103 


1 


.53 


98 




.56 


9 


10 


5 




.02 


65 




.32 


95 


1 


.49 


90 




.53 


10 


11 


4 




.02 


56 




.28 


70 




.37 


74 




.46 


11 


12 


3 




.01 


49 




.25 


61 




.33 


63 




.42 


12 


13 


2 




.01 


43 




.22 


56 


1 


.31 


54 




.38 


13 


14 


2 




.01 


40 




.21 


46 




.26 


50 




.38 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


36 




.19 


38 




.22 


44 




.35 


15 


16 


2 




.01 


21 




.11 


32 




.20 


34 




.29 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


16 




.09 


31 




.20 


30 




.27 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


12 




.07 


27 




.19 


24 




.24 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


9 




.05 


21 




.16 


18 




.19 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


9 




.05 


19 




.15 


15 


1 


.17 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


6 




.04 


5 


1 


.04 


8 




.10 


21 


22 








4 




.03 


3 




.03 


6 


1 


.08 


22 


23 








3 




.02 


2 




.02 


4 




.06 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


3 




.05 


24 


1—5 


179 


3 


.72 


987 




5 4.16 


1159 


4 


5.06 


1059 


4 


4.88 


1-5 


6-24 


74 




.35 


737 




2 3.73 


989 


6 


5.39 


974 


6 


6.47 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Idsut- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


202 


2 


.83 


130 


1 


.61 


74 


A 


! .47 


42 




.38 


1 


2 


162 


4 


.84 


99 




.63 


60 


A 


t .53 


34 




.43 


2 


3 


134 


3 


.72 


88 


2 


.61 


46 


] 


.44 


31 




.43 


3 


4 


119 


1 


.68 


79 


1 


.59 


41 




.43 


27 




.41 


4 


5 


102 


2 


.60 


65 


, , 


.52 


36 




.41 


24 




.39 


5 


6 


91 




.56 


51 


2 


.43 


30 




.37 


22 


2 


.39 


6 


7 


84 


1 


.55 


43 


1 


.39 


28 




.37 


18 




.34 


7 


8 


78 


3 


.55 


38 




.37 


26 




.37 


17 




.35 


8 


9 


68 


1 


.51 


32 


1 


.34 


24 




.37 


12 




.27 


9 


10 


57 




.46 


25 




.29 


20 




.33 


12 




.30 


10 


11 


41 


1 


.35 


17 




.21 


15 




.27 


9 




.24 


11 


12 


33 


1 


.30 


15 




.20 


11 




.22 


7 




.21 


12 


13 


28 


1 


.27 


14 




.20 


9 




.19 


5 




.17 


13 


14 


18 


1 


.19 


13 




.21 


6 




.14 


4 




.15 


14 


15 


14 


1 


.16 


12 




.21 


5 




.13 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


11 




.14 


10 




.19 


4 




.11 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


8 






.11 


8 




.16 


3 




.09 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


7 






.10 


7 




.15 


3 




.10 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


5 






.08 


5 




.12 


3 




.11 


2 


. . 


.12 


19 


20 


5 






.09 


3 




.08 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


3 






.06 


, , 






1 




.05 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


3 






.06 














1 




.07 


22 


23 


1 






.02 


, . 


















23 


24 


1 






.02 






. . 


. . 






\\ 




. , 


24 


1—5 


719 


12 


3.67 


461 


4 


2.96 


257 




7 2.28 


158 




2.04 


1-5 


6-24 


556 


10 


4.58 


293 


5 


3.55 


189 




I 3.26 


120 


3 


3.16 


6-24 



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XI. 0\J\JI\1 


L>IJ!/IiVl 


JilN ±1 


AHEKS, 


EXCLl 


JDING 


STRAW- 


HATTERS 






Ages at Entry 


54-56 




57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Expose 
to Risli 


d Actual 
; Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 


2 
1 
1 

1 


1 
8 1 
5 1 
4 1 


.24 

.28 
.27 
.28 


8 
8 
8 

7 




.13 
.16 
.19 

.18 


4 

4 
3 
3 


1 


.08 
.11 
.10 
.11 


2 
2 
2 




.05 1 
.07 2 
.09 3 
.09 4 


1 





.22 


7 




L .20 


3 




.12 


1 




.05 5 




9 


.22 


6 




.19 


2 




.09 


1 




.06 6 




9 


.24 


5 




.18 


2 




.09 


1 




.06 7 




9 1 


.26 


4 




.16 


1 




.05 








8 


9 




7 


.22 


2 




.09 


1 




.06 


. . 






9 


10 




6 


.21 


2 




.09 


1 




.06 


. . 






10 


11 




3 


.12 






.05 


1 




.07 








11 


12 




2 


.09 






.06 


1 




.07 








12 


13 






.05 






.06 


1 




.08 








13 


14 






.05 






.07 


1 




.08 








14 


15 






.06 






I .07 


1 




.09 








15 


16 






.06 




















16 


17 


























17 


18 


























18 


19 


























19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


i 


J7 4 


1.29 


38 




1 .86 


17 


2 


.52 


9 




.35 1—5 


6-24 


/ 


19 1 


1.58 


24 




1 1.02 


12 


2 


.74 


2 




.12 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


701 
511 
435 

372 
306 


3 

1 
4 
2 
2 


2.36 

2.32 
2.02 
1.77 
1.47 


127 
43 
198 
113 
136 


498 

388 
336 
298 
258 


3 
5 
4 
2 
2 


1.93 
1.92 
1.71 
1.58 
1.41 


155 
260 
234 
127 
142 


204 

159 
134 
120 
101 


3 

4 
3 

1 


1.08 
1.16 
1.05 
1.02 
.93 


278 

345 

286 

98 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2325 
503 
556 
508 
233 


12 
4 
2 
1 
1 


9.94 
2.47 
2.77 
2.70 
1.53 


121 
162 

72 
37 
65 


1778 
429 
496 
419 
186 


16 
3 
6 

5 
2 


8.55 
2.47 
3.19 
3.26 
2.13 


187 
121 
188 
153 
94 


718 
152 
165 
117 
48 


11 

4 

1 
1 

1 


5.24 
1.56 
2.07 
1.98 
1.20 


210 

256 

48 

51 

83 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4125 


20 


19.41 


103 


3308 


32 


19.60 


163 


1200 


18 


12.05 


149 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


70 

60 
54 
48 
41 




.75 

.87 
.89 
.87 
.81 


133 
115 
112 
115 
123 


6 
6 

5 
5 
4 


1 
1 


.13 
.18 
.19 
.20 
.17 


556 
588 


1479 

1124 
964 
843 
710 


10 

12 

12 

6 

6 


6.25 
6.45 
5.86 
5.44 
4.79 


160 
186 
205 
110 
125 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


273 
69 
71 
41 
12 

466 


5 
2 
2 

1 

10 


4.19 
1.56 
1.95 
1.57 
.68 
9.95 


119 

128 

103 

64 

101 


26 
6 

3 

5 

40 


2 

1 

i 

4 


.87 
.30 
.17 
.39 

1.73 


230 
333 

256 
231 


5120 
1159 
1291 
1090 
479 
9139 


46 
14 
11 
9 
4 
84 


28.79 
8.36 

10.15 
9.90 

5.54 
62.74 


160 

167 

108 

91 

72 
134 


1—5 
6-7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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18. OFFICERS AND MEN IN LIFE SAVING CORPS 








Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected Exposed | 


Actua 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


8 




.02 


116 


, , 


.38 


157 




1 .55 


170 


. 


.63 


1 ~ 


2 


5 




.02 


79 


1 


.36 


107 




2 .49 


139 




.67 


2 


3 


3 




.01 


73 


1 


.34 


99 




1 .47 


126 




.62 


3 


4 


2 




.01 


54 




.25 


88 




.42 


113 




1 .57 


4 


5 


2 




.01 


47 




.23 


82 




1 .40 


106 




.55 


5 


6 


1 




.00 


42 




.20 


72 




.35 


99 




2 .52 


6 


7 


1 




.00 


35 




.17 


52 




.26 


84 




1 .45 


7 


8 








26 




.13 


38 




.19 


63 




1 .35 


8 


9 








21 




.10 


34 




.17 


48 




.27 


9 


10 








16 




.08 


27 




.14 


39 




.23 


10 


11 








8 




.04 


23 




.12 


29 




.18 


11 


12 








4 




.02 


18 




.10 


24 




1 .16 


12 


13 








4 




.02 


15 




.08 


19 




.13 


13 


14 








1 




.01 


11 




.06 


15 




.11 


14 


15 








1 




.01 


11 




.06 


10 




.08 


15 


16 














6 




.04 


5 




.04 


16 


17 














3 




.02 


5 




.05 


17 


18 














3 




.02 


5 




.05 


18 


19 














3 




.02 


4 




.04 


19 


20 














3 




.02 


3 




.03 


20 


21 


















. 


1 




.01 


21 


22 




















1 




.01 


22 


23 




















1 




.01 


23 


24 




















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


2C 


1 


.07 


369 


2 


1.56 


533 




5 2.33 


654 




1 3.04 


1-5 


6-24 


2 




.00 


158 




.78 319 




1.65 


456 




5 2.74 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


iDSur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


150 




.62 


76 




.36 


39 




.25 


26 




.24 


1 


2 


111 


1 


.58 


47 




.30 


29 




.26 


22 




.28 


2 


3 


99 




.53 


45 




.31 


29 




! .28 


18 




.25 


3 


4 


89 






.51 


44 




.33 


26 




.27 


15 


1 


.23 


4 


5 


81 






.48 


39 




.31 


24 




.27 


13 




.21 


5 


6 


74 






.46 


34 




.29 


23 




.28 


12 




.21 


6 


7 


68 






.45 


31 




.28 


22 




.29 


11 




.21 


7 


8 


57 






.40 


24 




.24 


18 




.26 


10 




.21 


8 


9 


49 




2 


.37 


20 




.21 


16 




.25 


8 




.18 


9 


10 


31 






.25 


18 




.21 


12 




.20 


6 




.15 


10 


11 


26 






.22 


13 




.16 


11 




.20 


6 




.16 


11 


12 


22 






.20 


12 




.16 


10 




.20 


6 




.18 


12 


13 


15 






.15 


10 




.15 


8 




.17 


6 


2 


.20 


13 


14 


11 






.12 


6 




.09 


6 




I .14 


1 




.04 


14 


15 


11 






.13 


5 




.09 


3 




.08 


1 




.04 


15 


16 


8 






.10 


3 




.06 


3 




.08 








16 


17 


6 






.08 


1 




.02 






.03 








17 


18 


6 






.09 


1 




.02 






.03 








18 


19 


5 






.08 


1 




.02 






.04 








19 


20 


5 






.09 


1 




.03 






.04 








20 


21 


1 






.02 




















21 


22 


1 






.02 




















22 


23 




























23 


24 




















, , 








24 


1—5 


530 


1 


2.72 


251 


1 


1.61 


147 




3 1.33 


94 


1 


1.21 


1-5 


6-24 


396 


2 


3.23 


180 


1 


2.03 


136 




2 2.29 


67 


2 


1.58 


6-24 



60 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 

7 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 



35 
31 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 
.11 
.11 
.12 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.15 
.13 
.14 
.12 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 



.58 
1.04 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 

15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.08 



.31 
.86 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.21 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


281 
191 
175 
144 
131 


1 

3 
3 

1 


.95 

.87 
.82 
.68 
.64 


105 
345 
366 

156 


320 
250 
225 
202 
187 


1 

i 


1.25 
1.25 
1.15 
1.08 
1.03 


80 
93 


115 

76 
74 
70 
63 


1 

2 

1 


.61 
.56 
.59 
.60 

.58 


164 

339 
167 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


922 

203 

162 

96 

18 


8 


3.96 
.98 
.81 
.52 
.12 


202 


1184 
325 
287 
182 

58 


2 
3 
3 

1 


5.76 
1.88 
1.87 
1.48 
.74 


35 
160 
160 

68 


398 

110 

108 

84 

14 


4 

1 

2 


2.94 
1.14 
1.37 
1.44 
.37 


136 

73 
139 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1401 


8 


6.39 


125 


2036 


9 


11.73 


77 


714 


7 


7.26 


96 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Instir- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


37 

29 
24 
21 
18 


1 

2 


.37 

.39 
.36 
.35 
.32 


256 
571 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


1 


.07 
.10 
.10 
.12 
.13 


769 


756 
549 
501 
440 
402 


2 
5 
5 
4 
2 


3.25 
3.17 
3.02 
2.83 
2.70 


62 
158 
166 
141 

74 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


129 
33 
37 
28 


3 

2 


1.79 
.67 
.96 
.99 


168 
202 


15 
4 
6 

5 


1 


.52 
.18 
.33 
.35 


192 


2648 

675 

600 

395 

90 


18 
3 
4 

5 


14.97 
4.85 
5.34 
4.78 
1.23 


120 
62 
75 

105 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


227 


5 


4.41 


113 


30 


1 


1.38 


72 


4408 


30 


31.17 


96 


1-24 



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ATTEND BAR 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 








Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


10 




.03 


243 




.80 


848 


3 


2.97 


1356 


4 


5.02 


1^ 


2 


6 




.03 


151 




.68 


597 


8 


2.75 


1014 


5 


4.87 


2 


3 


5 




.02 


128 


1 


.59 


511 


3 


2.40 


899 


5 


4.41 


3 


4 


5 




.02 


109 


2 


.51 


446 


1 


2.14 


771 


7 


3.86 


4 


5 


5 




.02 


93 


1 


.45 


391 


3 


1.92 


676 


6 


3.52 


5 


6 


3 




.01 


79 


1 


.38 


349 


2 


1.71 


597 


6 


3.16 


6 


7 


3 




.01 


73 




.36 


312 


3 


1.56 


517 


6 


2.79 


7 


8 


3 




.01 


64 




.31 


272 


1 


1.36 


443 


5 


2.44 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


54 


1 


.26 


241 




1.23 


381 


11 


2.17 


9 


10 


2 




.01 


47 




.23 


216 


3 


1.12 


329 


2 


1.94 


10 


11 






.00 


38 




.19 


180 


1 


.95 


260 


2 


1.61 


11 


12 






.00 


32 




.16 


164 




.89 


230 


2 


1.52 


12 


13 






.00 


29 




.15 


146 




.80 


196 


4 


1.37 


13 


14 






.00 


26 




.14 


131 




.75 


171 


3 


1.28 


14 


15 






.00 


25 




.13 


116 


4 


.68 


149 


1 


1.19 


15 


16 






.01 


23 




.12 


90 


3 


.56 


125 


2 


1.06 


16 


17 






.01 


19 




.10 


78 


1 


.51 


97 


1 


.88 


17 


18 






.01 


12 




.07 


67 


1 


.47 


79 


1 


.77 


18 


19 








10 




.06 


56 




.42 


61 


1 


.65 


19 


20 








6 




.04 


42 




.34 


43 


2 


.49 


20 


21 








3 




.02 


10 




.09 


17 


, . 


.21 


21 


22 








3 




.02 


9 




.08 


11 


. . 


.15 


22 


23 








2 




.01 


6 




.06 


7 




.10 


23 


24 








1 




.01 








5 




.08 


24 


1—5 


31 




.12 


724 


4 


3.03 


2793 


18 


12.18 


4716 


27 


21.68 


1-5 


6-24 


22 




.08 


546 


2 


2.76 


2485 


19 


13.58 


3718 


49 


23.86 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


1554 


7 


6.37 


1216 


12 


5.72 


804 


5 


5.15 


368 


6 


3.35 


1 


2 


1167 


8 


6.07 


905 


6 


5.79 


605 


10 


5.32 


281 


4 


3.51 


2 


3 


1039 


6 


5.61 


797 


4 


5.50 


526 


6 


5.00 


241 


1 


3.33 


3 


4 


919 


5 


5.24 


710 


7 


5.33 


466 


6 


4.85 


214 


2 


3.21 


4 


5 


827 


10 


4.88 


617 


6 


4.94 


410 


7 


4.63 


193 


2 


3.15 


5 


6 


730 


5 


4.53 


539 


4 


4.58 


360 


8 


4.39 


168 


8 


2.94 


6 


7 


642 


7 


4.24 


457 


8 


4.16 


322 


4 


4.25 


149 


5 


2.83 


7 


8 


557 


4 


3.90 


391 


10 


3.83 


283 


4 


4.05 


120 




2.47 


8 


9 


476 


12 


3.57 


334 


6 


3.54 


235 


8 


3.62 


107 


4 


2.41 


9 


10 


412 


6 


3.30 


285 


4 


3.28 


194 


2 


3.24 


89 


3 


2.20 


10 


11 


342 


5 


2.91 


215 


5 


2.69 


152 


2 


2.75 


74 


2 


2.01 


11 


12 


277 


9 


2.52 


192 


5 


2.59 


130 




2.55 


62 


7 


1.86 


12 


13 


228 


3 


2.23 


156 


4 


2.28 


115 


2 


2.46 


45 


3 


1.49 


13 


14 


197 


4 


2.09 


135 


5 


2.13 


98 


4 


2.29 


36 




1.31 


14 


15 


168 


3 


1.93 


113 


1 


1.93 


77 


3 


1.98 


33 


2 


1.33 


15 


16 


138 


1 


1.73 


89 




1.65 


56 




1.58 


22 


5 


.97 


16 


17 


117 


4 


1.58 


79 


4 


1.59 


46 


1 


1.44 


12 




.58 


17 


18 


94 


1 


1.37 


62 


1 


1.36 


37 




1.27 


10 




.53 


18 


19 


70 


1 


1.11 


51 




1.22 


24 


1 


.91 


7 




.41 


19 


20 


56 




.96 


39 


1 


1.03 


17 




.71 


6 




.38 


20 


21 


26 




.48 


16 


1 


.47 


13 




.60 


3 




.21 


21 


22 


16 


2 


.32 


12 


1 


.39 


8 




.40 


2 


1 


.15 


22 


23 


8 


1 


.18 


6 


1 


.21 


5 




.28 


1 




.08 


23 


24 


3 




.07 


3 




.12 


2 




.12 


1 


. , 


.09 


24 


1—5 


5506 


36 


28.17 


4245 


35 


27.28 


2811 


34 


24.95 


1297 


15 


16.55 


1-5 


6-24 


4557 


68 


39.02 


3174 


61 


39.05 


2174 


39 


38.89 


947 


40 


24.25 


6-24 



62 



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54-56 






iii J. v»x 


ATTEND BAR 


IS AINU JS 


AANM 


iERS 


WHO DO 


NOT 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


57-5 

Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60-62 

Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


63 and 

Actual 
Deaths 


over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


193 
151 


7 


2.35 
2.39 


109 

85 


2 
3 


1.74 
1.73 


50 
33 




1.03 
.91 


26 
22 




.71 
.86 

99 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


140 


5 


2.56 


75 


1 


1.80 


26 




.83 


21 




124 


4 


2.49 


70 


3 


1.85 


25 




.89 


19 




98 


112 


2 


2.45 


62 


1 


1.80 


20 




.78 


18 




1 00 


103 


1 


2.47 


56 


3 


1.80 


17 




.73 


15 




91 


6 


91 


1 


2.40 


50 


3 


1.77 


13 




.61 


12 


1 


.78 


7 


85 


2 


2.47 


42 


2 


1.64 


12 




.62 


9 


3 


.64 


8 


63 


4 


2.02 


37 


1 


1.59 


8 




.45 


6 


1 


.45 


9 


50 


2 


1.77 


33 


4 


1.55 


6 




.37 


4 


1 


.33 


10 


35 


3 


1.37 


24 


2 


1.24 


6 




.40 


2 




.17 


11 


12 


30 


2 


1.29 


19 


3 


1.08 


5 




.36 






.09 


12 


13 


24 


1 


1.13 


15 


1 


.93 


3 




.23 






.10 


13 


14 


21 


1 


1.08 


13 




.87 


3 




.25 






.11 


14 


15 


18 


1 


1.02 


10 




.72 


3 




.28 






.12 


15 


16 


11 


1 


.68 


8 




.63 


3 




.30 






.13 


16 


17 


4 




.27 


7 




.59 


2 




.22 






.14 


17 


18 


4 




.29 


7 




.64 


2 




.23 






.15 


18 


19 


3 




.23 


7 




.70 


1 




.13 








19 


20 


3 




.25 


7 




.76 














20 


21 


3 


1 


.28 


4 




.47 














21 


22 


1 




.10 


2 




.25 














22 


23 








2 




.27 














23 


24 








1 




.15 














24 


1—5 


720 


18 


12.24 


401 


10 


8.92 


154 


2 


4.44 


106 




4.54 


1—5 


6-24 


549 


20 


19.12 


344 


20 


17.65 


84 


5 


5.18 


55 


7 


4.12 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1101 

754 
644 
560 
489 


3 

8 
4 
3 

4 


3.80 

3.46 
3.01 
2.67 
2.39 


79 
231 
133 
112 
167 


2910 

2181 
1938 
1690 
1503 


11 

13 
11 
12 
16 


11.39 

10.94 

10.02 

9.10 

8.40 


97 
119 
110 
132 
190 


2020 
1510 
1323 
1176 
1027 


17 
16 
10 
13 
13 


10.87 
11.11 
10.50 
10.18 
9.57 


156 
144 
95 
128 
136 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3548 
819 
902 
892 
440 


22 
6 
5 
5 

5 


15.33 
4.03 
4.54 
4.84 
3.01 


144 
149 
110 
103 
166 


10222 

2486 

2598 

2218 

973 


63 
24 
40 
36 
17 


49.85 
14.72 
17.32 
18.65 
12.19 


126 
163 
231 
193 
139 


7056 
1678 
1722 
1383 
565 


69 
24 
34 
31 
11 


52.23 
17.38 
21.56 
23.65 
15.35 


132 
138 
158 
131 

72 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


6601 


43 


31.75 


135 


18497 


180 


112.73 


160 


12404 


169 


130.17 


130 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


670 
517 

456 
408 
367 


15 
7 
7 
9 
5 


7.44 

7.63 
7.69 

7.55 
7.40 


202 
92 
91 

119 
68 


76 

55 
47 
44 
38 




1.74 

1.77 
1.82 
1.87 
1.78 


56 

55 


6777 

5017 
4408 
3878 
3424 


46 

45 
33 
37 
38 


35.24 
34.91 
33.04 
31.37 
29.54 


131 
129 
100 
118 
129 


? 1 

M 2 
T 3 

fr4 

'15 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


2418 
617 
626 
459 
138 

4258 


43 
21 
22 
28 
9 
123 


37.71 
14.21 
18.12 
18.73 
9.96 

98.73 


114 
148 
121 
149 
90 
125 


260 
57 
45 
26 
11 

399 


2 
4 
5 
1 
2 
14 


8.98 
3.03 
2.86 
2.11 
1.30 
18.28 


22 
132 
175 

47 
154 

77 


23504 
5657 
5893 
4978 
2127 

42159 


199 

79 

106 

101 

44 
529 


164.10 
53.37 
64.40 
67.98 
41.81 

391.66 


121 
148 
165 
149 
105 
135 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 


25-29 1 




30-34 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


25 




.08 


474 


1 


1.56 


1203 


3 


4.21 


1601 


5 


5.92 


1^ 


2 


18 


1 


.08 


296 


1 


1.33 


839 


9 


3.86 


1218 


8 


5.85 


2 


3 


15 




.07 


238 




1.09 


703 


5 


3.30 


1050 


12 


5.15 


3 


4 


12 




.06 


201 




.94 


600 


4 


2.88 


907 


12 


4.54 


4 


5 


9 




.04 


160 




.77 


516 


5 


2.53 


791 


8 


4.11 


5 


6 


8 




.04 


134 




.64 


439 


5 


2.15 


699 


6 


3.70 


6 


7 


7 




.03 


107 




.52 


364 


2 


1.82 


576 


7 


3.11 


7 


8 


6 




.03 


88 




.43 


289 


6 


1.45 


479 


4 


2.63 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


76 




.37 


222 


3 


1.13 


387 


5 


2.21 


9 


10 


2 




.01 


58 




.28 


172 


1 


.89 


309 


6 


1.82 


10 


11 


2 




.01 


43 




.22 


134 




.71 


231 


3 


1.43 


11 


12 


1 




.00 


38 




.19 


113 


1 


.61 


194 


1 


1.28 


12 


13 








31 




.16 


89 




.49 


164 


, , 


1.15 


13 


14 








27 




.14 


73 


2 


.42 


133 


2 


1.00 


14 


15 








23 




.12 


65 




.38 


115 


3 


.92 


15 


16 








21 




.11 


42 




.26 


79 


1 


.67 


16 


17 








18 




.10 


34 




.22 


63 


1 


.57 


17 


18 








15 




.08 


26 




.18 


50 


1 


.49 


18 


19 








11 




.06 


25 


1 


.19 


38 


, , 


.40 


19 


20 








9 




.05 


21 




.17 


29 


1 


.33 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


6 




.05 


10 


1 


.13 


21 


22 








1 




.01 


3 




.03 


8 


, , 


.11 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


2 


1 


.02 


5 


, . 


.07 


23 


24 














1 




.01 


3 




.05 


24 


1—5 


7i 


) 1 


.33 


1369 


3 


5.69 


3861 


26 


16.78 


5567 


45 


25.57 


1-5 


6-24 


2i 


) 


.13 


702 


2 


3.50 


2120 


22 


11.18 


3572 


42 


22.07 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


Years 


1 


1596 


8 


6.54 


nil 


5 


5.22 


615 


5 


3.94 


253 




2 2.30 


1 


2 


1229 


12 


6.39 


855 


8 


5.47 


480 


8 


4.22 


202 




4 2.53 


2 


3 


1079 


17 


5.83 


772 


9 


5.33 


435 


11 


4.13 


186 




2 2.57 


3 


4 


949 


9 


5.41 


689 


6 


5.17 


385 


6 


4.00 


165 




5 2.48 


4 


5 


833 


14 


4.91 


607 


13 


4.86 


341 


6 


3.85 


145 




3 2.36 


5 


6 


729 


13 


4.52 


525 


9 


4.46 


297 


5 


3.62 


127 




2 2.22 


6 


7 


621 


11 


4.10 


421 


10 


3.83 


239 


3 


3.15 


101 




4 1.92 


7 


8 


519 


11 


3.63 


336 


7 


3.29 


201 


3 


2.87 


75 




4 1.55 


8 


9 


419 


4 


3.14 


271 


2 


2.87 


167 


4 


2.57 


59 




4 1.33 


9 


10 


335 


6 


2.68 


214 


8 


2.46 


133 


6 


2.22 


49 




2 1.21 


10 


11 


246 


5 


2.09 


157 


2 


1.96 


89 


5 


1.61 


27 




1 .73 


11 


12 


200 


5 


1.82 


138 


2 


1.86 


72 


3 


1.41 


22 




1 .66 


12 


13 


166 


8 


1.63 


111 


5 


1.62 


56 


1 


1.20 


16 




1 .53 


13 


14 


127 


3 


1.35 


95 


3 


1.50 


44 




1.03 


11 




1 .40 


14 


15 


104 


1 


1.20 


82 


1 


1.40 


40 


4 


1.03 


9 




2 .36 


15 


16 


75 


3 


.94 


56 


2 


1.04 


21 




.59 


4 




1 .18 


16 


17 


59 


2 


.80 


39 




.78 


20 




.62 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


50 


3 


.73 


34 


1 


.74 


16 




.55 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


37 


1 


.58 


22 


1 


.53 


11 




.42 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


31 




.53 


18 




.48 


8 




.33 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


15 




.28 


8 




.23 


4 




.18 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


13 




.26 


5 


1 


.16 


3 




.15 








22 


23 


8 




.18 


4 




.14 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


4 




.10 


2 




.08 


1 




.06 






. 


24 


1—5 


5686 


60 


29.08 


4034 


41 


26.05 


2256 


36 


20.14 


951 


] 


L6 12.24 


1-5 


6-24 


3758 


76 


30.56 


2538 


54 


29.43 


1423 


37 


23.67 


509 




?3 11.60 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



77 

55 

48 

40 

36 

30 

25 

19 

16 

14 

6 

4 

2 

2 



Actual 
Deaths 



256 
118 



Expected 
Deaths 



.94 
.87 
.88 
.80 
.79 
.72 
.66 
.55 
.51 
.50 
.23 
.17 
.09 
.10 



4.28 
3.53 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



52 

42 

39 

32 

32 

24 

21 

16 

14 

10 

7 

6 

5 

1 

1 

1 

1 



197 
107 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.83 
.86 
.94 
.84 
.93 
.77 
.74 
.62 
.60 
.47 
.36 
.34 
.31 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



4.40 
4.51 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 

18 

14 

14 

12 

11 

11 

9 

7 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



81 

47 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.47 
.50 
.45 
.50 
.47 
.47 
.52 
.46 
.40 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.08 



2.39 
2.48 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



33 
13 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



.25 
.28 
.30 
.33 
.28 
.31 
.28 
.15 
.07 
.08 



1.44 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 



.89 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1702 

1153 
956 
813 
685 


4 
11 

5 

5 
5 


5.85 

5.27 
4.46 
3.88 
3.34 


68 
209 
112 
129 
150 


3197 
2447 
2129 
1856 
1624 


13 
20 
29 
21 
22 


12.46 

12.24 

10.98 

9.95 

9.02 


104 
163 
264 
211 
244 


1726 
1335 
1207 
1074 
948 


10 
16 
20 

12 
19 


9.16 

9.69 
9.46 
9.17 
8.71 


109 
165 
211 
131 
218 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


5309 

1059 

916 

639 

237 


30 
8 

11 
3 
2 


22.80 
5.20 
4.60 
3.45 
1.56 


132 
154 
239 
87 
128 


11253 
2625 
2448 
1680 

577 


105 
37 
36 
31 
14 


54.65 
15.43 
16.11 
13.87 
7.22 


192 
240 
223 
224 
194 


6290 

1482 

1322 

884 

273 


77 
27 
30 
26 
8 


46.19 
15.06 
16.28 
14.62 
7.14 


167 
179 
184 
178 
112 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


8160 


54 


37.61 


144 


18583 


223 


107.28 


208 


10251 


168 


99.29 


169 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


382 
299 
273 
237 
213 


5 

6 
5 
6 

5 


4.07 
4.26 
4.39 
4.12 
4.08 


123 
141 
114 
146 
123 


32 
25 
20 
20 
17 


2 

1 

1 


.72 

.78 
.75 
.83 

.75 


278 
128 

120 


7039 
5259 
4585 
4000 
3487 


34 

54 
59 
45 
51 


32.26 

32.24 
30.04 
27.95 
25.90 


105 
167 
196 
161 
197 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


1404 

328 

272 

119 

15 

2138 


27 
11 
14 
10 
1 
63 


20.92 

7.03 

7.34 

4.42 

.85 

40.56 


129 
156 
191 
226 
118 
155 


114 
31 

22 
7 

174 


4 
3 
2 
2 

11 


3.83 

1.58 

1.28 

.51 

7.20 


104 
190 
156 
392 

153 


24370 
5525 
4980 
3329 
1102 

39306 


243 
86 
93 
72 
25 

519 


148.39 
44.30 
45.61 
36.87 
16.77 

291.94 


164 
194 
204 
195 
149 
178 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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. SALOONS. 


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POOL ROOMS 


AND 


BOWLING ALLEYS. WITH BAR: 


PROPRIETORS AND MANAGERS WHO DO NOT ATTEND BAR 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Bxposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


1 




.00 


111 




.37 


424 


3 


1.48 


685 




2.53 


1 


2 








69 




.31 


312 


1 


1.44 


545 


3 


2.62 


2 


3 








48 




.22 


269 


5 


1.26 


455 


5 


2.23 


3 


4 








43 




.20 


229 


1 


1.10 


388 


1 


1.94 


4 


5 








37 




.18 


188 


1 


.92 


343 


1 


1.78 


5 


6 








29 




.14 


151 


1 


.74 


296 


2 


1.57 


6 


7 








23 




.11 


118 


1 


.59 


240 


3 


1.30 


7 


8 








13 




.06 


91 


2 


.46 


196 


1 


1.08 


8 


9 








10 




.05 


72 


3 


.37 


150 


3 


.86 


9 


10 








9 




.04 


54 


1 


.28 


113 


2 


.67 


10 


11 








5 




.03 


39 




.21 


81 


2 


.50 


11 


12 








5 




.03 


31 


i 


.17 


68 


1 


.45 


12 


13 








5 




.03 


26 




.14 


53 




.37 


13 


14 








4 




.02 


21 


2 


.12 


43 




.32 


14 


15 








4 




.02 


17 


, , 


.10 


34 




.27 


15 


16 








2 




.01 


11 




.07 


26 




,22 


16 


17 








1 




.01 


10 




.07 


25 


i 


.23 


17 


18 














9 


1 


.06 


18 




.18 


18 


19 














5 




.04 


14 




.15 


19 


20 














4 




.03 


9 




.10 


20 


21 














2 




.02 


5 




.06 


21 


22 














1 




.01 


3 




.04 


22 


23 




















1 




.01 


23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


1 




.0( 


) 308 


1 


1.28 


1422 


11 


6.20 


2416 


10 


11.10 


1-5 


6-24 








110 




.55 


662 


12 


3.48 


1375 


15 


8.38 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


733 


5 


3.01 


530 


5 


2.49 


295 


2 


1.89 


101 




.92 


1 


2 


611 


1 


3.18 


433 




2.77 


244 


2 


2.15 


85 


2 


1.06 


2 


3 


538 


7 


2.91 


388 


5 


2.68 


217 


4 


2.06 


73 


1 


1.01 


3 


4 


485 


4 


2.76 


361 


8 


2.71 


197 


2 


2.05 


68 


4 


1.02 


4 


5 


438 


7 


2.58 


315 


3 


2.52 


181 


3 


2.05 


56 


1 


.91 


5 


6 


384 


5 


2.38 


272 


3 


2.31 


161 


3 


1.96 


48 




.84 


6 


7 


304 


4 


2.01 


223 


6 


2.03 


129 


8 


1.70 


41 


4 


.78 


7 


8 


241 


5 


1.69 


185 


5 


1.81 


99 


6 


1.42 


28 


1 


.58 


8 


9 


191 


6 


1.43 


129 


2 


1.37 


73 




1.12 


19 




.43 


9 


10 


132 


3 


1.06 


94 


4 


1.08 


64 


2 


1.07 


17 




.42 


10 


11 


91 


2 


.77 


58 




.73 


41 




.74 


12 


3 


.33 


11 


12 


67 


3 


.61 


39 


2 


.53 


32 




.63 


7 




.21 


12 


13 


49 


1 


.48 


25 


1 


.37 


26 


1 


.56 


7 




.23 


13 


14 


39 


2 


.41 


16 


2 


.25 


15 




.35 


6 




.22 


14 


15 


29 


1 


.33 


13 




.22 


10 




.26 


4 




.16 


15 


16 


18 




.23 


10 


1 


.19 


5 


1 


.14 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


16 




.22 


9 


1 


.18 


3 




.09 


1 




.05 


17 


18 


15 




.22 


5 




.11 


3 




.10 


1 




.05 


18 


19 


12 




.19 


3 




.07 


3 




.11 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


11 




.19 


3 




.08 


2 




.08 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 














21 


22 


2 




.04 


1 




.03 














22 


23 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 














23 


24 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 






, , 








24 


1—5 


2805 


24 


14.44 


2027 


21 


13.17 


1134 


13 


10.20 


383 


8 


4.92 


1-5 


6-24 


1606 


33 


12.36 


1089 


27 


11.50 


666 


21 


10.33 


195 


10 


4.51 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 
















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 




Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


536 


3 


1.85 


162 


1418 


5 


5.54 


90 


825 


7 


4.38 


160 


1 


2 


381 


1 


1.75 


57 


1156 


4 


5.80 


69 


677 


2 


4.92 


41 


2 


3 


317 


5 


1.48 


338 


993 


12 


5.14 


233 


605 


9 


4.74 


190 


3 


4 


272 


1 


1.30 


77 


873 


5 


4.70 


106 


558 


10 


4.76 


210 


4 


5 


225 


2 


1.10 


182 


781 


8 


4.36 


183 


496 


6 


4.57 


131 


5 


1—5 


1731 


12 


7.48 


160 


5221 


34 


25.54 


133 


3161 


34 


23.37 


145 


1—5 


6—7 


321 


2 


1.58 


127 


1224 


14 


7.26 


193 


785 


20 


8.00 


250 


6—7 


8-10 


249 


6 


1.26 


476 


1023 


20 


6.79 


295 


644 


19 


7.87 


241 


8-10 


11-15 


157 


3 


.87 


345 


554 


12 


4.51 


266 


275 


6 


4.64 


129 


11-15 


16-24 


45 


1 


.32 


313 


180 


2 


2.18 


92 


51 


3 


1.32 


227 


16-24 


1-24 


2503 


24 


11.51 


209 


8202 


82 


46.28 


177 


4916 


82 


45.20 


181 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


(-59 






60 a 


tid over 






All Ag< 


;s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


iDSUr- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


160 




1.69 




12 




.26 




2951 


15 


13.72 


109 


1 


2 


137 


2 


1.95 


103 


9 




.26 




2360 


9 


14.68 


61 


2 


3 


122 


7 


1.98 


354 


9 


2 


.31 


645 


2046 


35 


13.65 


256 


3 


4 


107 


4 


1.86 


215 


7 




.26 


. . 


1817 


20 


12.88 


155 


4 


5 


93 


3 


1.78 


169 


7 




.28 




1602 


19 


12.09 


157 


5 


1—5 


619 


16 


9.26 


173 


44 


2 


1.37 


146 


10776 


98 


67.02 


146 


1—5 


6—7 


141 


6 


3.01 


199 


10 


1 


.45 


222 


2481 


43 


20.30 


212 


6-7 


8-10 


108 


4 


2.89 


138 


9 


. . 


.51 




2033 


49 


19.32 


254 


8-10 


11-15 


43 


3 


1.44 


208 




, , 






1029 


24 


11.46 


209 


11-15 


16-24 


6 


2 


.31 


645 










282 


8 


4.13 


194 


16-24 


1-24 


917 


31 


16.91 


183 


63 


3 


2.33 


129 


16601 


222 


122.23 


182 


1-24 



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2. SALOONS, BILLIARD ROOMS, POOL ROOMS AND BOWLING ALLEYS, WITH BAR 


: PROPRIETORS 




AND MANAGERS WHO OCCASIONAl 


LLY OR REGULARLY ATTEND BAR 




Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 1 Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


24 


2 


.07 


585 


4 


1.93 


2081 


7 


7.28 


3276 


19 


12.12 


1 


2 


17 




.07 


409 


3 


1.84 


1619 


8 


7.45 


2631 


25 


12.63 


2 


3 


16 




.07 


370 


1 


1.70 


1474 


9 


6.93 


2427 


17 


11.89 


3 


4 


15 




.07 


313 


5 


1.47 


1293 


11 


6.21 


2199 


19 


11.00 


4 


5 


13 




.06 


279 


2 


1.34 


1155 


12 


5.66 


1982 


27 


10.31 


5 


6 


10 




.05 


252 


2 


1.21 


1020 


8 


5.00 


1773 


21 


9.40 


6 


7 


7 




.03 


200 


2 


.98 


814 


15 


4.07 


1432 


14 


7.73 


7 


8 


3 




.01 


147 


1 


.72 


612 


11 


3.06 


1109 


13 


6.10 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


109 


1 


.53 


466 


7 


2.38 


821 


11 


4.68 


9 


10 


3 




.01 


68 


2 


.33 


353 


6 


1.84 


602 


9 


3.55 


10 


11 


2 




.01 


37 




.19 


222 


7 


1.18 


374 


14 


2.32 


11 


12 


1 




.00 


24 




.12 


157 


3 


.85 


240 


2 


1.58 


12 


13 








14 




.07 


108 




.59 


162 


4 


1.13 


13 


14 








11 




.06 


72 


4 


.41 


101 


5 


.76 


14 


15 








10 




.05 


59 


1 


.35 


79 


1 


.63 


15 


16 








3 




.02 


26 




.16 


30 




.26 


16 


17 








2 




.01 


22 




.15 


27 




.25 


17 


18 














19 




.13 


24 




.24 


18 


19 














15 




.11 


18 




.19 


19 


20 














12 




.10 


12 


i 


.14 


20 


21 














4 




.03 


1 




.01 


21 


22 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














2 




.02 


, , 






23 


24 














1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


8t 


j 


2 .34 


t 1956 


15 


8.28 


7622 


47 


33.53 


12515 


107 


57.95 


1-5 


6-24 


2i 


) 


a: 


! 877 


9 


4.29 


3986 


62 


20.46 


6806 


95 


38.98 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Expose 


d Aetna 


1 Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


toRis 


k Death 


s Deaths 


Years 


1 


3052 


11 


12.51 


1955 


5 


9.19 


900 


2 


5.76 


3( 


)0 


6 2.73 


1 


2 


2494 


23 


12.97 


1629 


11 


10.43 


731 


3 


6.43 


24 


1-3 


1 3.04 


2 


3 


2300 


18 


12.42 


1520 


12 


10.49 


685 


17 


6.51 


2: 


(0 


2 3.17 


3 


4 


2082 


18 


11.87 


1405 


9 


10.54 


627 


9 


6.52 


2( 


)5 


5 3.08 


4 


5 


1878 


17 


11.08 


1295 


24 


10.36 


568 


10 


6.42 


If 


S4 


3 3.00 


5 


6 


1692 


28 


10.49 


1148 


14 


9.76 


495 


6 


6.04 


1/ 


'2 


2 3.01 


6 


7 


1368 


15 


9.03 


904 


15 


8.23 


380 


11 


5.02 


i: 


59 


3 2.64 


7 


8 


1049 


20 


7.34 


685 


10 


6.71 


289 


6 


4.13 


i( 


)8 


3 2.22 


8 


9 


790 


15 


5.93 


515 


11 


5.46 


217 


8 


3.34 


> 


'9 


2 1.78 


9 


10 


558 


8 


4.46 


362 


9 


4.16 


144 


2 


2.40 


c 


)6 


2 1.38 


10 


11 


338 


10 


2.87 


209 


6 


2.61 


84 


3 


1.52 


' 


S5 


2 .95 


11 


12 


219 


5 


1.99 


145 


6 


1.96 


51 


4 


1.00 


J. 


>3 


2 .69 


12 


13 


137 


5 


1.34 


87 


4 


1.27 


25 




.54 


1 


1 


2 .36 


13 


14 


83 


4 


.88 


54 


5 


.85 


13 


1 


.30 




4 


1 .15 


14 


15 


65 


2 


.75 


40 




.68 


9 




.23 




3 


.12 


15 


16 


26 


2 


.33 


16 




.30 


2 




.06 




1 


.04 


16 


17 


24 




.32 


16 


2 


.32 


2 




.06 




1 


.05 


17 


18 


19 




.28 


13 




.28 


2 




.07 








18 


19 


13 




.21 


7 




.17 


2 




.08 








19 


20 


11 


1 


.19 


6 


1 


.16 


2 


1 


.08 








20 


21 


4 




.07 


2 




.06 


1 




.05 








21 


22 


2 




.04 


2 




.06 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 








23 


24 








1 




.04 














24 


1—5 


11806 


87 


60.85 


7804 


61 


51.01 


3511 


41 


31.64 


IK 


)2 ] 


[7 15.02 


1-5 


6-24 


6399 


115 


46.54 


4213 


83 


43.12 


1720 


42 


25.03 


6: 


$2 ] 


9 13.39 


6-24 



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AND MANAGERS WHO OCCASIONALLY OR REGULARLY 'ffrEND BAR 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



107 

89 

85 

78 

71 

68 

60 

42 

36 

26 

15 

9 

4 

3 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 



430 
277 



Expected 
Deaths 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



1.31 
1.41 

1.56 

1.57 

1.55 

1.63 

1.58 

1.22 

1.16 

.92 

.59 

.39 

.19 

.15 

.17 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.16 

.08 

.09 

.10 



7.40 
8.82 



Actual 
Deaths 



39 

34 

32 

28 

25 

21 

16 

15 

11 

7 

4 

4 

4 



158 
82 



Expected 
Deaths 



.62 
.69 
.77 
.74 
.73 
.67 
.57 
.59 
.47 
.33 
.21 
.23 
.25 



3.55 
3.32 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



15 
15 
13 
11 
10 

8 
5 
5 
4 
2 
1 



64 

25 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.31 
.41 
.42 
.39 
.39 
.34 
.24 
.26 
.23 
.12 
.07 



1.92 
1.26 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



29 
12 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.18 

.25 
.26 
.24 
.21 
.17 
.19 
.13 
.14 
.16 



1.14 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 



.79 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


2690 

2045 
1860 
1621 
1447 


13 
11 
10 
16 

14 


9.28 
9.36 
8.70 

7.75 
7.06 


140 
118 
115 
206 
198 


6328 
5125 
4727 
4281 
3860 


30 

48 
35 
37 
44 


24.63 
25.60 
24.31 
22.87 
21.39 


122 
188 
144 
162 
206 


2855 
2360 
2205 
2032 
1863 


7 
14 

29 
18 
34 


14.95 
16.86 
17.00 
17.06 
16.78 


47 

83 

171 

106 

203 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


9663 

2303 

1764 

717 

108 


64 
27 
28 
15 
1 


42.15 

11.34 

8.89 

3.88 

.76 


152 
238 
315 
387 
132 


24321 

6265 

4929 

1798 

213 


194 

78 

76 

52 

4 


118.80 

36.65 

32.06 

14.25 

2.56 


163 
213 
237 
365 
156 


11315 

2927 

2212 

717 

77 


102 

46 

46 

29 

4 


82.65 
29.05 
26.20 
10.96 
1.94 


123 
158 
176 
265 
206 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


14555 


135 


67.02 


201 


37526 


404 


204.32 


198 


17248 


227 


150.80 


151 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


446 

366 
347 
311 
280 


9 

2 
6 

5 

4 


4.66 
5.14 
5.50 
5.39 

5.28 


193 
39 

109 
93 
76 


22 

22 
19 
16 
14 


2 

1 
1 


.49 
.66 
.68 
.63 
.60 


303 

159 
167 


12341 
9918 
9158 
8261 
7464 


59 
77 
80 
77 
97 


54.01 
57.62 
56.19 
53.70 
51.11 


109 
134 
142 
143 
190 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1750 

476 

380 

122 

13 


26 

10 

14 

8 


25.97 

10.10 

10.07 

4.45 

.91 


100 

99 

139 

180 


93 

19 

17 

1 


4 
1 
1 


3.06 
.94 

1.04 
.07 


131 

106 

96 


47142 

11990 

9302 

3355 

411 


390 
162 
165 
104 
9 


272.63 

88.08 

78.26 

33.61 

6.17 


143 
184 
211 
309 
146 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2741 


58 


51.50 


113 


130 


6 


5.11 


117 


72200 


830 


478.75 


173 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


14 




.04 


272 


3 


.90 


653 


3 


2.29 


996 


3 3.69 


1 


2 


12 




.05 


231 


2 


1.04 


551 


2 


2.53 


870 


4 4.18 


2 


3 


11 




.05 


213 


6 


.98 


522 


3 


2.45 


824 


2 4.04 


3 


4 


10 




.05 


184 


2 


.86 


488 


6 


2.34 


747 


6 3.74 


4 


5 


10 




.05 


160 


3 


.77 


435 


6 


2.13 


686 


4 3.57 


5 


6 


8 




.04 


145 




.70 


394 


1 


1.93 


615 


3 3.26 


6 


7 


8 




.04 


132 


1 


.65 


369 


3 


1.85 


553 


6 2.99 


7 


8 


8 




.04 


116 




.57 


327 


3 


1.64 


495 


4 2.72 


8 


9 


8 




.04 


109 


1 


.53 


294 


3 


1.50 


438 


9 2.50 


9 


10 


7 




.03 


99 




.49 


269 


1 


1.40 


391 


9 2.31 


10 


11 


7 




.03 


82 




.41 


239 


3 


1.27 


330 


3 2.05 


11 


12 


6 




.03 


77 


2 


.39 


207 


2 


1.12 


286 


6 1.89 


12 


13 


5 




.02 


68 


1 


.35 


183 


2 


1.01 


241 


3 1.69 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


60 




.31 


155 




.88 


202 


2 1.52 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


54 


1 


.29 


133 


2 


.78 


166 


1.33 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


37 


1 


.20 


83 


3 


.51 


111 


2 .94 


16 


17 


1 




.01 


30 




.17 


68 


1 


.45 


92 


.84 


17 


18 


1 




.01 


28 


1 


.16 


59 


2 


.41 


71 


.70 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


23 




.13 


46 




.35 


58 


.61 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


18 


1 


.11 


37 


2 


.30 


46 


.53 


20 


21 








4 




.03 


13 




.11 


18 


.23 


21 


22 








1 


1 


.01 


9 




.08 


9 


.12 


22 


23 














3 




.03 


2 


.03 


23 


24 




















2 


.03 


24 


1—5 


57 




.24 


1060 


16 


4.55 


2649 


20 


11.74 


4123 


19 19.22 


1-5 


6-24 


67 


1 


.34 


1083 


10 


5.50 


2888 


28 


15.62 


4126 


47 26.29 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


997 


2 


4.09 


811 


7 


3.81 


559 


4 


3.58 


253 


7 


2.30 


1 


2 


860 


1 


4.47 


718 


6 


4.60 


490 


5 


4.31 


214 


3 


2.68 


2 


3 


812 


6 


4.38 


678 


6 


4.68 


459 


2 


4.36 


192 


1 


2.65 


3 


4 


752 


6 


4.29 


625 


3 


4.69 


428 


2 


4.45 


188 


2 


2.82 


4 


5 


703 


8 


4.15 


574 


3 


4.59 


400 


12 


4.52 


177 


3 


2.89 


5 


6 


646 


5 


4.01 


516 


9 


4.39 


359 


5 


4.38 


158 


4 


2.77 


6 


7 


593 


8 


3.91 


448 


8 


4.08 


323 


4 


4.26 


139 


4 


2.64 


7 


8 


544 


9 


3.81 


394 


4 


3.86 


287 


5 


4.10 


122 




2.51 


8 


9 


484 


11 


3.63 


343 


10 


3.64 


254 


2 


3.91 


115 


1 


2.59 


9 


10 


417 


5 


3.34 


298 


6 


3.43 


228 


6 


3.81 


102 


2 


2.52 


10 


11 


336 


3 


2.86 


240 


9 


3.00 


183 


5 


3.31 


80 


2 


2.18 


11 


12 


303 


2 


2.76 


201 


6 


2.71 


158 


3 


3.10 


66 


2 


1.98 


12 


13 


262 


5 


2.57 


170 


2 


2.48 


137 


5 


2.93 


50 


1 


1.66 


13 


14 


221 


2 


2.34 


140 


3 


2.21 


112 


2 


2.62 


44 


2 


1.61 


14 


15 


192 


1 


2.21 


118 


1 


2.02 


101 


3 


2.60 


34 


1 


1.37 


15 


16 


126 


2 


1.58 


71 


1 


1.31 


54 


2 


1.53 


13 


1 


.57 


16 


17 


108 


4 


1.46 


58 




1.17 


46 


3 


1.44 


11 


1 


.53 


17 


18 


89 


3 


1.30 


48 


1 


1.05 


36 




1.24 


9 




.48 


18 


19 


74 




1.17 


38 




.91 


30 




1.14 


8 


3 


.46 


19 


20 


53 


1 


.91 


30 




.79 


24 


1 


1.00 


4 




.25 


20 


21 


26 




.48 


15 




.44 


13 




.60 


3 




.21 


21 


22 


18 




.36 


8 




.26 


10 




.50 


2 




.15 


22 


23 


12 




.26 


2 




.07 


2 




.11 


1 




.08 


23 


24 


5 




.12 








1 




.06 








24 


1-5 


4124 


23 


21.38 


3406 


25 


22.37 


2336 


25 


21.22 


1024 


16 


13.34 


1-5 


6-24 


4509 


61 


39.08 


3138 


60 


37.82 


2358 


46 


42.64 


961 


24 


24.56 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 


54-56 




57-59 1 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


115 


1 


1.40 


77 


2 


1.23 


35 


1 .72 17 ] 


47 1 


108 




1.71 


67 


2 


1.37 


31 


3 .85 15 : 


61 2 


101 


1 


1.85 


62 


1 


1.49 


27 


3 .87 13 


64 3 


94 


. . 


1.89 


58 


2 


1.53 


21 


.74 11 ] 


.60 4 


84 


2 


1.84 


52 


3 


1.51 


19 


2 .74 6 ] 


.39 5 


76 


3 


1.82 


46 


2 


1.48 


14 


.60 5 ] 


I .38 6 


7 


66 


1 


1.74 


38 




1.35 


12 


.57 4 . 


.32 7 


8 


60 




1.75 


31 


2 


1.21 


11 


1 .57 3 . 


.27 8 


9 


53 


1 


1.70 


27 


3 


1.16 


10 


.57 2 . 


.20 9 


10 


45 


1 


1.59 


21 


1 


.99 


10 


2 .62 2 . 


.22 10 


11 


33 


4 


1.29 


11 


1 


.57 


6 


.40 1 . 


.] 


LI 11 


12 


24 


1 


1.03 


8 




.45 


6 


1 .43 . . 




12 


13 


20 


1 


.94 


8 




.49 


5 


1 .39 .. 




13 


14 


17 


2 


.88 


4 




.27 


4 


1 .34 . . . 




14 


15 


13 


2 


.74 


2 




.14 


2 


.18 




15 


16 


6 




.37 


2 


1 


.16 










16 


17 


5 




.33 






.08 










17 


18 


5 




.36 






.09 










18 


19 


5 




.39 






.10 










19 


20 


5 


1 


.42 
















20 


21 


4 




.37 
















21 


22 


2 




.20 
















22 


23 






















23 


24 






















24 


1—5 


502 


4 


8.69 


316 


10 


7.13 


133 


9 3.92 62 5 2.7l| 1—5 


6-24 


439 


17 


15.92 


201 


10 


8.54 


80 


6 4.67 17 


l| 1.50| 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


939 

794 
746 
682 
605 


6 
4 
9 
8 
9 


3.23 
3.62 
3.48 
3.25 
2.95 


186 
110 
259 
246 
305 


1993 
1730 
1636 
1499 
1389 


5 

5 

8 

12 

12 


7.78 

8.65 
8.42 
8.03 

7.72 


64 

58 

95 

149 

155 


1370 
1208 
1137 
1053 
974 


11 
11 

8 

5 

15 


7.39 
8.91 
9.04 
9.14 
9.11 


149 

123 

88 

55 

165 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3766 
1056 
1237 
1281 
464 


36 

5 

8 

14 

12 


16.53 
5.21 
6.24 
6.91 
3.10 


218 
96 
128 
203 
387 


8247 
2407 
2769 
2539 
920 


42 
22 
47 
27 
12 


40.60 
14.17 
18.31 
21.22 
11.67 


103 
155 
257 
127 
103 


5742 
1646 
1804 
1560 
486 


50 
26 
33 
39 
8 


43.59 
17.11 
22.75 
26.98 
13.62 


115 
152 
145 
145 
59 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7804 


75 


37.99 


197 


16882 


ISO 


105.97 


142 


11238 


156 


124.05 


126 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


445 

389 
355 
340 
313 


10 

5 
3 
4 
8 


4.93 
5.76 
5.99 
6.24 
6.24 


203 
87 
50 
64 

128 


52 
46 
40 

32 

25 


2 
5 

3 

1 
3 


1.19 
1.46 
1.51 
1.34 
1.13 


168 
342 
199 
75 
265 


4799 

4167 
3914 
3606 
3306 


34 

30 
31 
30 

47 


24.52 

28.40 
28.44 
28.00 
27.15 


139 
106 
109 
107 
173 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


1842 
523 
576 

414 

88 

3443 


30 
14 
11 
19 

7 
81 


29.16 
11.80 
16.02 
15.60 
5.60 
78.18 


103 
119 
69 
122 
125 
104 


195 
35 
38 
24 

292 


14 
1 
3 
3 

21 


6.63 
1.87 
2.45 
1.85 

12.80 


211 

53 

122 

162 

164 


19792 
5667 
6424 
5818 
1958 

39659 


172 
68 

102 

102 
39 

483 


136.51 
50.16 
65.77 
72.56 
33.99 

358.99 


126 
136 
155 
141 
115 
135 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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24. BREWER] 


ES: CLERKS 










Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


109 




.34 


532 




1.76 


517 




1.81 


385 


5 


1.42 


1 


2 


95 




.41 


424 


1 


1.91 


425 




1.96 


313 


2 


1.50 


2 


3 


89 


2 


.40 


392 




1.80 


386 


1 


1.81 


280 


1 


1.37 


3 


4 


84 




.39 


346 


4 


1.63 


349 


1 


1.68 


255 




1.28 


4 


5 


72 




.33 


315 




1.51 


316 


2 


1.55 


224 


1 


1.16 


5 


6 


58 




.27 


272 


4 


1.31 


272 




1.33 


201 


3 


1.07 


6 


7 


48 




.23 


220 


2 


1.08 


235 




1.18 


177 


1 


.96 


7 


8 


37 




.17 


178 


2 


.87 


206 


2 


1.03 


156 


2 


.86 


8 


9 


33 




.16 


148 




.73 


184 


1 


.94 


133 


3 


.76 


9 


10 


31 




.15 


124 




.61 


153 




.80 


111 


, , 


.65 


10 


11 


21 




.10 


87 




.44 


110 




.58 


90 


3 


.56 


11 


12 


18 




.09 


66 




.33 


91 


1 


.49 


72 




.48 


12 


13 


15 




.07 


53 




.27 


72 




.40 


61 


1 


.43 


13 


14 


14 




.07 


43 




.22 


64 


1 


.36 


53 




.40 


14 


15 


11 




.05 


35 




.19 


53 




.31 


46 


3 


.37 


15 


16 


7 




.04 


30 




.16 


39 




.24 


29 


, . 


.25 


16 


17 


5 




.03 


19 




.10 


32 




.21 


22 


, . 


.20 


17 


18 


3 




.02 


14 




.08 


22 




.15 


16 




.16 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


12 




.07 


17 




.13 


10 




.11 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


7 




.04 


13 




.10 






.08 


20 


21 


1 




.01 








4 




.03 






.01 


21 


22 














3 




.03 






.01 


22 


23 














3 




.03 




, , 


.01 


23 


24 






. . 








2 




.02 






.02 


24 


1—5 


449 


2 


1.87 


2009 




8.61 


1993 


4 


8.81 


1457 


9 


6.73 


1-5 


6-24 


306 


2 


1.48 


1308 


\4 


6.50 


1575 


5 


8.36 


1188 


16 


7.39 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


271 


2 


1.11 


155 




.73 


109 


1 


.70 


37 




.34 


1 


2 


224 


3 


1.16 


127 




.81 


94 


2 


.83 


30 




.38 


2 


3 


206 


1 


1.11 


112 




1 .77 


83 


1 


.79 


27 




.37 


3 


4 


184 


2 


1.05 


99 




1 .74 


75 




.78 


23 




.35 


4 


5 


166 


1 


.98 


85 




1 .68 


61 




.69 


20 




.33 


5 


6 


146 


2 


.91 


77 




5 .65 


54 


4 


.66 


17 




.30 


6 


7 


126 


, , 


.83 


60 




.55 


44 


3 


.58 


16 


2 


.30 


7 


8 


113 


1 


.79 


54 




1 .53 


38 


1 


.54 


13 




.27 


8 


9 


92 




.69 


44 




.47 


34 




.52 


11 




.25 


9 


10 


77 


2 


.62 


31 




.36 


27 


1 


.45 


7 




.17 


10 


11 


58 


2 


.49 


28 




.35 


15 


1 


.27 


7 




.19 


11 


12 


39 


, . 


.35 


26 




.35 


11 




.22 


6 




.18 


12 


13 


33 


, . 


.32 


22 




.32 


9 


1 


.19 


4 




.13 


13 


14 


26 


1 


.28 


19 




1 .30 


7 


1 


.16 


3 




.11 


14 


15 


20 


, . 


.23 


15 




1 .26 


6 




.15 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


15 


3 


.19 


6 




.11 


5 




.14 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


12 


1 


.16 


5 




.10 


4 




.12 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


8 


, , 


.12 


4 




.09 


4 




.14 


1 




.05 


18 


19 


6 


1 


.09 


2 




.05 


4 




.15 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


5 


, , 


.09 


1 




.03 


4 


1 


.17 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


3 




.06 








1 




.05 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


3 




.06 








1 




.05 








22 


23 


3 




.07 




















23 


24 


2 




.05 












, , 








24 


1—5 


1051 


9 


5.41 


578 




3 3.73 


422 


4 


3.79 


137 




1.77 


1-5 


6-24 


787 


13 


6.40 


394 




8 4.52 


268 


13 


4.56 


96 


3 


2.49 


6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
13 
11 
10 

8 
5 
2 
2 
2 



Actual 

Deaths 



56 
12 



Expected 
Deaths 



.17 

.21 

.20 

.20 

.1 

.12 

.05 

.06 

.06 

.04 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.96 
.33 



Actual 
Deaths 



25 
15 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 

.12 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.09 



.56 

.58 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



3 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



11 

15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 



.33 

.94 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.23 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1158 
944 
867 
779 
703 


1 

3 

5 
2 


3.91 
4.28 
4.01 
3.70 
3.39 


23 

75 

135 

59 


656 
537 
486 
439 
390 


/- 
J 
c 

z 


2.53 
2.66 
2.48 
2.33 
2.14 


27/ 

18S 

81 

8f 

91 


264 
i 221 

195 
) 174 

146 


1 

2 
2 
1 
1 


1.43 
1.64 
1.56 
1.52 
1.37 


70 
122 
128 

66 

73 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4451 

1105 

1094 

753 

237 


11 

7 
8 
6 


19.29 
5.40 
5.46 
3.97 
1.51 


57 
130 
147 
151 


2508 
650 
682 
498 
145 


i 

I 

IC 


12.14 

3.77 

4.37 

) 3.91 

1.74 


14S 
15? 
183 
256 

287 


1000 

235 

228 

158 

41 


7 
12 
3 
5 
1 


7.52 
2.44 
2.87 
2.57 
1.20 


93 
492 
105 
195 

83 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7640 


32 


35.63 


90 


4483 


47 


25.93 


181 


1662 


28 


16.60 


169 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 

to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


58 
49 
42 
37 
32 


1 


.62 
.71 

.67 
.66 
.63 


159 


5 

3 
3 
3 
3 




.11 

.10 
.10 
.12 
.13 




2141 

1754 
1593 
1432 
1274 


8 
8 
7 
8 

6 


8.60 
9.39 
8.82 
8.33 
7.66 


93 

85 
79 
96 

78 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


218 

47 

44 

23 

9 


1 

3 
1 


3.29 

1.01 

1.19 

.73 

.47 


30 

297 

84 


17 

4 

5 
5 

1 




.56 
.18 
.27 
.39 
.10 




8194 
2041 
2053 
1437 
433 


37 
28 
20 
21 
6 


42.80 
12.80 
14.16 
11.57 
5.02 


86 
219 
141 
182 
120 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


341 


5 


6.69 


75 


32 




1.50 




14158 


112 


86.35 


130 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


40 




.12 


222 


1 


.73 


358 


1 


1.25 


399 


1 


1.48 


1~^ 


2 


32 




.14 


160 


2 


.72 


286 


2 


1.32 


336 


1 


1.61 


2 


3 


31 




.14 


139 




.64 


242 




1.14 


304 


3 


1.49 


3 


4 


26 




.12 


119 




.56 


213 


1 


1.02 


274 




1.37 


4 


5 


25 




.12 


102 


2 


.49 


199 


2 


.98 


248 


4 


1.29 


5 


6 


22 




.10 


79 


1 


.38 


177 


1 


.87 


221 




1.17 


6 


7 


20 




.09 


69 




.34 


156 


. . 


.78 


199 


2 


1.07 


7 


8 


15 




.07 


57 






.28 


131 


2 


.66 


164 


, . 


.90 


8 


9 


14 




.07 


49 






.24 


104 


1 


.53 


145 


1 


.83 


9 


10 


13 




.06 


35 






.17 


90 


1 


.47 


123 


3 


.73 


10 


11 


11 




.05 


26 






.13 


67 




.36 


96 


1 


.60 


11 


12 


10 




.05 


22 






.11 


55 


2 


.30 


83 


. . 


.55 


12 


13 


10 




.05 


17 






.09 


47 




.26 


69 


3 


.48 


13 


14 


9 




.04 


13 






.07 


36 




.21 


51 


1 


.38 


14 


15 


8 




.04 


10 






.05 


32 




.19 


42 


1 


.34 


15 


16 


6 




.03 


7 






.04 


27 


1 


.17 


29 


, . 


.25 


16 


17 


4 




.02 


5 






.03 


24 




.16 


25 


1 


.23 


17 


18 


3 




.02 


4 






.02 


24 


^ 


.17 


18 




.18 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


3 






.02 


19 




.14 


16 


1 


.17 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


3 






.02 


13 




.10 


12 




.14 


20 


21 








2 






.01 


8 




.07 


7 




.09 


21 


22 
















6 




.05 


6 


, . 


.08 


22 


23 
















6 




.06 


4 


, , 


.06 


23 


24 








. . 








3 


1 


.03 


2 




.03 


24 


1—5 


154 




.64 


742 


5 


3.14 


1298 


6 


5.71 


1561 


9 


7.24 


1-5 


6-24 


149 


1 


.71 


401 


2 


2.00 


1025 


9 


5.58 


1312 


14 


8.28 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


379 


2 


1.55 


274 


5 


1.29 


156 


1 


1.00 


43 




.39 


1 


2 


320 


4 


1.66 


229 


2 


1.47 


132 




1.16 


34 




.43 


2 


3 


299 


2 


1.61 


211 


2 


1.46 


120 


3 


1.14 


30 


1 


.41 


3 


4 


279 


1 


1.59 


189 


3 


1.42 


101 


2 


1.05 


24 


1 


.36 


4 


5 


264 


1 


1.56 


173 


3 


1.38 


89 


5 


1.01 


23 


1 


.37 


5 


6 


241 


3 


1.49 


152 


2 


1.29 


67 


1 


.82 


19 




.33 


6 


7 


218 


3 


1.44 


134 


2 


1.22 


59 


2 


.78 


19 




.36 


7 


8 


181 




1.27 


112 




1.10 


50 


1 


.72 


19 




.39 


8 


9 


155 


2 


1.16 


98 


3 


1.04 


44 


1 


.68 


18 


1 


.41 


9 


10 


142 


2 


1.14 


80 




.92 


33 


1 


.55 


15 




.37 


10 


11 


106 




.90 


65 


3 


.81 


21 


1 


.38 


10 


1 


.27 


11 


12 


90 


2 


.82 


54 


1 


.73 


19 


1 


.37 


9 




.27 


12 


13 


68 


1 


.67 


40 


1 


.58 


15 




.32 


8 




.26 


13 


14 


61 


1 


.65 


32 




.51 


11 




.26 


6 




.22 


14 


15 


51 




.59 


29 




.50 


8 




.21 


6 


i 


.24 


15 


16 


33 




.41 


20 


1 


.37 


4 


1 


.11 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


30 


'4 


.41 


16 


1 


.32 


2 




.06 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


21 


2 


.31 


14 




.31 


2 




.07 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


16 




.25 


14 




.34 


1 




.04 


2 


i 


.12 


19 


20 


12 


2 


.21 


13 




.34 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


2 




.04 


7 


1 


.20 


1 




.05 








21 


22 


1 




.02 


3 




.10 














22 


23 


1 




.02 


2 




.07 














23 


24 








1 




.04 


. . 










. . 


24 


1—5 


1541 


10 


7.97 


1076 


15 


7.02 


598 


11 


5.36 


154 


3 


1.96 


1-5 


6-24 


1429 


22 


11.80 


886 


15 


10.79 


338 


9 


5.46 


139 


4 


3.64 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



' Insur- 

f ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 
14 
11 

8 
7 
6 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 



59 

43 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.23 
.22 
.20 
.16 
.15 
.14 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.09 



.96 
1.98 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 

10 

9 

6 

5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 



43 
31 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.21 
.20 
.22 
.16 
.15 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.17 
.19 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.94 
1.46 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 
.08 
.10 
.11 

.08 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.45 
.45 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
12 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 
.12 
.15 
.15 
.17 
.18 

.14 
.15 
.16 
.18 
.08 



.70 
.891 



SYNOPSIS 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


620 

478 
412 
358 
326 


2 
4 

1 
4 


2.10 
2.18 
1.92 
1.70 
1.59 


95 
183 

59 
252 


778 

656 
603 

553 
512 


3 
5 
5 

1 

5 


3.03 
3.27 
3.10 
2.96 

2.85 


99 
153 
161 

34 

175 


430 
361 

331 
290 
262 


6 
2 
5 
5 
8 


2.29 

2.63 
2.60 
2.47 
2.39 


262 
76 
192 
202 
335 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2194 
523 
508 
373 
171 


11 

3 
4 
3 
2 


9.49 
2.56 
2.55 
2.00 
1.18 


116 
117 
157 
150 
169 


3102 
879 
910 

717 
235 


19 

8 

8 

10 

10 


15.21 
5.17 
6.03 
5.98 
2.90 


125 
155 
133 
167 
345 


1674 
412 
417 
294 
101 


26 

7 
6 

7 
4 


12.38 
4.11 
5.01 
4.67 
2.46 


210 
170 
120 
150 
163 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3769 


23 


17.78 


129 


5843 


55 


35.29 


156 


2898 


50 


28.63 


175 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Ri.sk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


75 
58 
50 
38 
35 


3 
2 
1 


.83 
.85 
.83 

.68 
.67 


361 

294 
149 


8 
6 
6 
6 

5 


1 
1 


.19 
.20 
.25 

.26 

.25 


526 

385 


1911 
1559 
1402 
1245 
1140 


12 
11 
13 

10 

18 


8.44 

9.13 
8.70 
8.07 
7.75 


142 
120 
149 

124 

232 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


256 

57 
74 
58 
24 


6 

1 

2 
4 


3.86 
1.25 
2.03 
2.22 
1.58 


155 

49 

90 

253 


31 
8 
9 
3 


2 
2 


1.15 
.46 
.66 

.22 


174 
435 


7257 
1879 
1918 
1445 
531 


64 
20 
19 
22 
20 


42.09 
13.55 
16.28 
15.09 
8.12 


152 
148 
117 
146 

246 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


469 


13 


10.94 


119 


51 


4 


2.49 


161 


13030 


145 


95.13 


152 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 


15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


^=nnr Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years »" ^^^ 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 4 




.01 


88 




.29 


172 




.60 


265 


2 


.98 


1 


2 3 




.01 


69 




.31 


139 




.64 


220 


1 


1.06 


2 


3 3 




.01 


58 




.27 


127 




.60 


191 


2 


.94 


3 


4 3 




.01 


54 




.25 


114 




.55 


168 




.84 


4 


5 2 




.01 


48 




.23 


100 




.49 


151 




.79 


5 


6 1 




.00 


39 




.19 


90 




.44 


136 


, , 


.72 


6 


7 






33 




.16 


83 




.42 


120 


1 


.65 


7 


8 






30 




.15 


72 




.36 


101 




.56 


8 


9 






28 




.14 


66 




.34 


84 




.48 


9 


10 






23 




.11 


61 




.32 


77 




.45 


10 


11 






16 




.08 


56 




.30 


61 


, . 


.38 


11 


12 






15 




.08 


51 




.28 


57 




.38 


12 


13 






14 




.07 


46 




.25 


56 




.39 


13 


14 






14 




.07 


41 




.23 


53 


, . 


.40 


14 


15 






12 




.06 


39 




.23 


47 


, . 


.38 


15 


16 






11 




.06 


29 


, , 


.18 


37 




.31 


16 


17 






9 




.05 


25 




.17 


30 




.27 


17 


18 






8 




.04 


25 




.18 


21 




.21 


18 


19 






7 




.04 


20 




.15 


15 




.16 


19 


20 






6 




.04 


18 




.14 


10 




.12 


20 


21 






4 




.03 


6 




.05 


7 




.09 


21 


22 






3 




.02 


6 




.05 


5 




.07 


22 


23 






3 




.02 


3 




.03 


3 


2 


.04 


23 


24 






2 




.02 


1 




.01 








24 


1—5 L 


5 


.05 


317 




1.35 


652 




2.88 


995 


6 


4.61 


1-5 


6-24 


L 


.00 


277 


1 


1.43 


738 


8 


4.13 


920 


9 


6.06 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Tnsiir- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


323 


1 


1.32 


256 


2 


1.20 


160 


1 


1.02 


91 




.83 


1 


2 


266 


2 


1.38 


205 


1 


1.31 


132 


1 


1.16 


75 




.94 


2 


3 


251 


1 


1.36 


186 


2 


1.28 


115 




1.09 


68 


2 


.94 


3 


4 


228 


2 


1.30 


170 


1 


1.28 


106 


2 


1.10 


63 


2 


.95 


4 


5 


200 


3 


1.18 


159 


2 


1.27 


93 


1 


1.05 


57 


1 


.93 


5 


6 


180 




1.12 


135 


4 


1.15 


77 




.94 


51 




.89 


6 


7 


167 


1 


1.10 


124 




1.13 


70 




.92 


47 




.89 


7 


8 


156 


1 


1.09 


102 




1.00 


64 




.92 


43 


2 


.89 


8 


9 


137 




1.03 


88 


1 


.93 


60 


2 


.92 


40 




.90 


9 


10 


113 




.90 


77 




.89 


51 


1 


.85 


38 




.94 


10 


11 


94 


1 


.80 


61 




.76 


43 


1 


.78 


34 




.92 


11 


12 


77 


1 


.70 


55 




.74 


40 


1 


.78 


29 


2 


.87 


12 


13 


68 




.67 


52 




.76 


36 




.77 


25 


3 


.83 


13 


14 


64 


1 


.68 


46 




.73 


33 


2 


.77 


19 




.69 


14 


15 


56 




.64 


41 




.70 


30 




.77 


17 




.68 


15 


16 


42 




.53 


30 


1 


.56 


15 




.42 


17 


1 


.75 


16 


17 


36 




.49 


26 


1 


.52 


13 




.41 


15 




.73 


17 


18 


29 


1 


.42 


24 


3 


.53 


9 




.31 


12 




.64 


18 


19 


26 


1 


.41 


18 


1 


.43 


7 




.27 


9 




.52 


19 


20 


15 


1 


.26 


13 




.34 


6 




.25 


8 




.51 


20 


21 


6 




.11 


6 




.17 


6 




.27 


6 




.41 


21 


22 


4 




.08 


3 




.10 


5 




.25 


6 




.44 


22 


23 


1 




.02 


3 




.11 


5 




.28 


5 




.40 


23 


24 


1 




.02 


2 




.08 


1 




.06 


1 




.09 


24 


1—5 


1268 


9 


6.54 


976 


8 


6.34 


606 


5 


5.42 


354 


5 


4.59 


1-5 


6-24 


1272 


8 


11.07 


906 


11 


11.63 


571 


9 


10.94 


422 


9 


12.99 


6-24 



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TABLE III (Continued) 
26. DISTILLERIES: PROPRIETORS, MANAGERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



49 

44 

40 

34 

34 

31 

27 

25 

21 

19 

15 

12 

10 

8 

8 

7 

7 



201 
212 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.60 
.70 
.73 
.68 
.74 
.74 
.71 
.73 
.67 
.67 
.59 
.51 
.47 
.41 
.45 
.43 
.47 
.51 
.47 
.51 
.18 
.10 



3.45 
8.62 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



45 

39 
35 
30 
29 
28 
25 
24 
23 
23 
20 
20 
20 
20 
19 
15 
15 
14 
11 
1 



178 
278 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.72 

.80 

.84 

.79 

.84 

.90 

.89 

.94 

.99 

1.08 

1.03 

1.13 

1.23 

1.34 

1.37 

1.17 

1.27 

1.29 

1.09 

.11 



3.99 
15.83 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
18 

18 

17 

15 

15 

12 

11 

10 

9 

9 

8 

7 

7 

5 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 



88 
107 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.41 
.50 
.58 
.60 
.59 
.64 
.57 
.57 
.57 
.56 
.60 
.58 
.55 
.59 
.46 
.30 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.27 
.30 
.16 



2.68 
7.42 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 
16 
15 
14 
14 
14 
13 
12 
10 
10 
6 
2 



78 
67 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.52 
.64 
.69 
.72 
.78 
.85 
.88 
.84 
.74 
.80 
.51 
.18 



3.35 
4.80 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


264 

211 
188 
171 
150 




.90 
.96 
.88 
.81 
.73 




588 
486 
442 
396 
351 


3 
3 

3 
2 
4 


2.30 
2.44 
2.30 
2.14 
1.97 


130 
123 
130 
93 
203 


416 

337 
301 
276 
252 


3 
2 
2 

3 
3 


2.22 
2.47 
2.37 
2.38 
2.32 


135 

81 

84 

126 

129 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


984 
246 
280 
304 
186 


1 

2 
2 
4 


4.28 
1.21 
1.42 
1.65 
1.28 


83 
141 
121 
313 


2263 
603 
668 
633 
288 


15 
2 
3 
3 
9 


11.15 
3.59 
4.51 
5.42 
3.61 


135 
56 
67 
55 

249 


1582 
406 
442 
437 
192 


13 
4 
4 
4 
8 


11.76 
4.14 
5.51 
7.56 
5.36 


111 
97 
73 
53 

149 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2000 


9 


9.84 


91 


4455 


32 


28.28 


113 


3059 


33 


34.33 


96 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


185 
158 
143 

127 
120 


1 
4 
2 

1 


2.15 
2.44 
2.51 
2.42 
2.51 


41 

159 

83 

40 


39 
34 
33 
31 
29 


1 


.93 
1.14 
1.27 
1.32 
1.37 


79 


1492 

1226 

1107 

1001 

902 


6 

6 

10 

7 
8 


8.50 

9.45 
9.33 
9.07 
8.90 


71 
63 
107 
77 
90 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


733 
209 
256 
276 
171 


8 
2 
5 
9 
3 


12.03 

5.02 

7.81 

12.52 

12.09 


67 
40 
64 
72 
25 


166 
54 
62 
44 
14 


1 

3 
5 
8 
1 


6.03 
2.94 
4.08 
3.47 
1.73 


17 
102 
123 
231 

58 


5728 
1518 
1708 
1694 
851 


37 
12 
19 

26 

25 


45.25 
16.90 
23.33 
30.62 
24.07 


82 
71 
81 
85 
104 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1645 


27 


49.47 


55 


340 


18 


18.25 


99 


11499 


119 


140.17 


85 


1-24 



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LK 


5U0R 


HOU 


SES (EXCI 


.UDIN 


G TI 


iOSE WHO 


HAVI 


: ALW 


AYS BEEN TOT 


AL ABSTAINEI 


IS) 


Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


14 




.04 


218 




.72 


474 




1.66 


703 


1 2.60 


1 


2 


12 




.05 


178 




.80 


380 


4 


1.75 


545 


5 2.62 


2 


3 


10 




.05 


165 




1 .76 


339 


1 


1.59 


483 


3 2.37 


3 


4 


5 




.02 


147 




3 .69 


304 


4 


1.46 


431 


2.16 


4 


5 


5 




.02 


126 




1 .60 


279 


3 


1.37 


389 


2 2.02 


5 


6 


5 




.02 


110 




2 .53 


250 


2 


1.23 


336 


2 1.78 


6 


7 


5 




.02 


96 




.47 


215 


1 


1.08 


294 


3 1.59 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


81 




1 .40 


188 


1 


.94 


237 


1 1.30 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


77 




.38 


165 




.84 


202 


4 1.15 


9 


10 


3 




.01 


64 




.31 


135 


4 


.70 


164 


2 .97 


10 


11 


3 




.01 


56 




.28 


105 




■ .56 


124 


.77 


11 


12 


3 




.01 


44 




.22 


88 


1 


.48 


104 


.69 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


35 




1 .18 


66 




.36 


70 


2 .49 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


23 




1 .12 


48 




.27 


51 


1 .38 


14 


15 


3 




.01 


19 




.10 


34 


i 


.20 


41 


1 .33 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


15 




.08 


27 




.17 


25 


1 .21 


16 


17 


I 




.01 


13 




.07 


23 




.15 


18 


2 .16 


17 


18 


1 




.01 


10 




.06 


18 




.13 


11 


.11 


18 


19 








8 




.05 


15 




.11 


9 


.10 


19 


20 








6 




.04 


11 




.09 


8 


.09 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


5 




.04 


3 


.04 


21 


22 














4 




.04 


2 


.03 


22 


23 














2 




.02 


2 


.03 


23 


24 




















1 


.02 


24 


1—5 


46 




.18 


834 




5 3.57 


1776 


12 


7.83 


2551 


11 11.77 


1-5 


6-24 


38 




.16 


658 




5 3.30 


1399 


10 


7.41 


1702 


19 10.24 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


616 


2 


2.53 


475 


2 


2.23 


250 


3 


1.60 


111 




1.01 


1 


2 


500 


2 


2.60 


381 


1 


2.44 


206 




1.81 


91 


1 


1.14 


2 


3 


455 


4 


2.46 


350 




2.42 


184 


3 


1.75 


79 


1 


1.09 


3 


4 


411 


4 


2.34 


315 


3 


2.36 


158 


2 


1.64 


66 


1 


.99 


4 


5 


374 


2 


2.21 


285 


2 


2.28 


141 


3 


1.59 


60 




.98 


5 


6 


333 


2 


2.06 


249 


3 


2.12 


122 


2 


1.49 


51 


2 


.89 


6 


7 


281 


4 


1.85 


211 


4 


1.92 


103 


2 


1.36 


46 




.87 


7 


8 


235 


5 


1.65 


174 


3 


1.71 


79 


5 


1.13 


40 




.82 


8 


9 


191 


3 


1.43 


139 


6 


1.47 


52 


2 


.80 


32 


1 


.72 


9 


10 


154 


3 


1.23 


102 




1.17 


41 


2 


.68 


25 


2 


.62 


10 


11 


105 


3 


.89 


70 


'2 


.88 


31 




.56 


17 




.46 


11 


12 


85 


1 


.77 


57 


2 


.77 


27 




.53 


15 




.45 


12 


13 


65 




.64 


42 


1 


.61 


23 




.49 


10 


'2 


.33 


13 


14 


53 




.56 


32 


1 


.51 


16 




.37 


5 




.18 


14 


15 


38 




.44 


24 




.41 


13 


1 


.33 


4 




.16 


15 


16 


25 




.31 


15 




.28 


5 




.14 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


20 




.27 


14 




.28 


2 




.06 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


14 




.20 


8 




.18 






.03 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


11 




.17 


8 


1 


.19 






.04 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


6 




.10 


6 




.16 






.04 


2 


1 


.13 


20 


21 


2 




.04 


5 




.15 






.05 


1 




.07 


21 


22 








5 




.16 






.05 


1 




.07 


22 


23 








2 




.07 








] 




.08 


23 


24 








1 




.04 














24 


1—5 


2356 


14 


12.14 


1806 


8 


11.73 


939 


11 


8.39 


407 


3 


5.21 


1-5 


6-24 


1618 


22 


12.61 


1164 


23 


13.08 


519 


14 


8.15 


260 


8 


6.36 


6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



48 
44 

42 
38 
34 
28 
1 

16 
12 
9 
7 
3 
2 
2 



206 
106 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.59 
.70 

.77 
.76 
.74 
.67 
.48 
.47 
.39 
.32 
.27 
.13 
.09 
.10 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 

3.56 
3.64 



Exposed 
to Risk 



34 

26 

23 

21 

19 

19 

17 

12 

7 

5 

1 



123 
61 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



,54 
53 
55 

55 
55 
61 
60 
.47 
30 
,24 
05 



2.72 
2.27 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



9 
9 
8 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
] 
1 
1 



39 
34 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



.1 

.25 

.26 

.25 

.23 

.26 

.28 

.26 

.23 

.19 

.13 

.14 

.16 

.08 

.09 

.10 

.11 



1.17 
2.03 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



30 
16 



Expected 
Deaths 



.IS 

.27 

.3 

.25 

.22 

.17 

.19 

.20 

.14 

.16 

.17 

.09 



1.25 
1.12 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 




Actual 






Insur- 


Years 




Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 

Years 


1 


706 




2.42 




1319 


3 


5.13 


58 


725 


5 


3.83 


131 


1 


2 


570 


4 


2.60 


154 


1045 


7 


5.22 


134 


587 


1 


4.25 


24 


2 


3 


514 


2 


2.40 


83 


938 


7 


4.83 


145 


534 


3 


4.17 


70 


3 


4 


456 


7 


2.17 


323 


842 


4 


4.50 


89 


473 


5 


4.00 


125 


4 


5 


410 


4 


1.99 


201 


763 


4 


4.23 


95 


426 


5 


3.87 


129 


5 


1—5 


2656 


17 


11.58 


147 


4907 


25 


23.91 


105 


2745 


19 


20.12 


94 


1—5 


6—7 


681 


5 


3.35 


149 


1244 


11 


7.28 


151 


685 


11 


6.89 


160 


6 7 


8-10 


720 


6 


3.61 


166 


1183 


18 


7.73 


233 


587 


18 


6.96 


259 


8-10 


11-15 


533 


4 


2.82 


142 


736 


9 


5.96 


151 


335 


7 


5.46 


128 


11-15 


16-24 


161 




1.09 




157 


3 


1.88 


160 


76 


1 


1.92 


52 


16-24 


1-24 


4751 


32 


22.45 


143 


8227 


66 


46.76 


141 


4428 


56 


41.35 


135 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


50 


-59 






60 ai 


id over 




All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Ri-^k 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


193 




2.14 




16 




.37 




2959 


8 


13.89 


58 


1 


2 


161 


4 


2.37 


169 


16 




.52 




2379 


16 


14.96 


107 


2 


3 


144 


1 


2.41 


41 


15 


1 


.58 


172 


2145 


14 


14.39 


97 


3 


4 


125 


3 


2.30 


130 


12 




.50 




1908 


19 


13.47 


141 


4 


5 


113 




2.27 




10 




.45 




1722 


13 


12.81 


101 


5 


1—5 


736 


8 


11.49 


70 


69 


1 


2.42 


41 


11113 


70 


69.52 


101 


1—5 


6—7 


179 


2 


4.12 


49 


18 


1 


.90 


111 


2807 


30 


22.54 


133 


6—7 


8-10 


158 


5 


4.35 


115 


19 




1.18 




2667 


47 


23.83 


197 


8-10 


11-15 


67 


5 


2.28 


219 


11 


1 


.86 


116 


1682 


26 


17.38 


150 


11 15 


16-24 


23 


1 


1.52 


66 


2 


1 


.21 


476 


419 


6 


6.62 


91 


16 24 


1-24 


1163 


21 


23.76 


88 


119 


4 


5.57 


72 


18688 


179 


139.89 


128 


1 24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


9 






>3 414 


5 


1.37 


1299 


3 


4.55 


2036 


9 


7.53 


1 


2 


8 






)3 320 


4 


1.44 


1091 


4 


5.02 


1740 


8 


8.35 


2 


3 


8 






)4 282 


1 


1.30 


1016 


8 


4.78 


1611 


7 


7.89 


3 


4 


5 






)2 252 


2 


1.18 


921 


6 


4.42 


1486 


11 


7.43 


4 


5 


5 






)2 230 


2 


1.10 


831 


2 


4.07 


1372 


13 


7.13 


5 


6 


4 






)2 201 




.96 


766 


7 


3.75 


1235 


9 


6.55 


6 


7 


3 






)1 180 




.88 


698 


5 


3.49 


1114 


7 


6.02 


7 


,8 


3 






)1 155 




.76 


619 


6 


3.10 


1002 


7 


5.51 


8 


9 








)0 138 




.68 


558 


8 


2.85 


916 


7 


5.22 


9 


10 








)0 120 




.59 


506 


3 


2.63 


821 


1 


4.84 


10 


11 








)0 102 




.51 


447 


6 


2.37 


722 


5 


4.48 


11 


12 








)0 88 




.44 


397 


6 


2.14 


648 


6 


4.28 


12 


13 








)0 76 




.39 


358 


2 


1.97 


591 


7 


4.14 


13 


14 








)0 61 


3 


.32 


308 


2 


1.76 


528 


8 


3.96 


14 


15 








)0 46 




.24 


264 


1 


1.56 


467 


5 


3.74 


15 


16 








33 




.18 


192 


1 


1.19 


357 


2 


3.03 


16 


17 










27 




.15 


165 




1.09 


302 


6 


2.75 


17 


18 










23 




.13 


135 




.95 


232 


1 


2.27 


18 


19 










20 




.12 


114 




.86 


176 


1 


1.87 


19 


20 










14 




.09 


87 


2 


.70 


141 




1.62 


20 


21 










5 




.03 


41 


1 


.35 


65 


1 


.81 


21 


22 










4 




.03 


27 




.25 


50 


1 


.68 


22 


23 










3 




.02 


17 




.17 


32 




.47 


23 


24 










2 




.02 


7 




.07 


15 




.24 


24 


1—5 


35 






14 1498 


14 


6.39 


5158 


23 


22.84 


8245 


48 


38.33 


1-5 


6-24 


17 




J 


)4 1298 


8 


6.54 


5706 


50 


31.25 


9414 


74 


62.48 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


2114 


14 


8.67 


1832 


8 


8.61 


1213 


9 


7.76 


573 


6 


5.21 


1 


2 


1849 


5 


9.61 


1593 


15 


10.20 


1064 


9 


9.36 


505 


5 


6.31 


2 


3 


1742 


9 


9.41 


1484 


14 


10.24 


993 


10 


9.43 


461 


4 


6.36 


3 


4 


1625 


10 


9.26 


1347 


13 


10.10 


923 


12 


9.60 


412 


4 


6.18 


4 


5 


1501 


13 


8.86 


1226 


13 


9.81 


840 


18 


9.49 


373 


5 


6.08 


5 


6 


1343 


6 


8.33 


1107 


7 


9.41 


752 


17 


9.17 


332 


8 


5.81 


6 


7 


1224 


9 


8.08 


1004 


17 


9.14 


668 


7 


8.82 


295 


9 


5.61 


7 


8 


1104 


4 


7.73 


871 


15 


8.54 


597 


9 


8.54 


256 


9 


5.27 


8 


9 


979 


9 


7.34 


782 


5 


8.29 


524 


14 


8.07 


211 


9 


4.75 


9 


10 


883 


10 


7.06 


708 


15 


8.14 


462 


8 


7.72 


182 


5 


4.50 


10 


11 


744 


7 


6.32 


588 


■ - 7 


7.35 


385 


14 


6.97 


142 


3 


3.86 


11 


12 


650 


9 


5.92 


516 


8 


6.97 


330 


7 


6.47 


122 


5 


3.66 


12 


13 


573 


5 


5.62 


442 


12 


6.45 


277 


10 


5.93 


90 


3 


2.98 


13 


14 


510 


10 


5.41 


393 


6 


6.21 


235 


7 


5.50 


74 


6 


2.70 


14 


15 


436 


8 


5.01 


333 


16 


5.69 


198 


11 


5.09 


55 


3 


2.21 


15 


16 


306 


2 


- 3.83 


232 


7 


4.29 


117 


6 


3.31 


37 




1.64 


16 


17 


252 


1 


3.40 


193 


4 


3.88 


98 


2 


3.06 


27 


1 


1.31 


17 


18 


209 


7 


3.05 


155 


7 


3.39 


75 


3 


2.58 


24 


4 


1.27 


18 


19 


170 


2 


2.69 


124 


4 


2.98 


57 


3 


2.16 


19 


1 


1.10 


19 


20 


140 


5 


2.39 


95 


1 


2.51 


39 


1 


1.63 


15 


2 


.95 


20 


21 


66 


1 


1.22 


52 


2 


1.51 


27 


1 


1.24 


11 


3 


.75 


21 


22 


53 


2 


1.07 


35 


1 


1.12 


20 


2 


1.01 


5 


2 


.37 


22 


23 


31 




.68 


25 


1 


.89 


7 




.39 


2 




.16 


23 


24 


14 


2 


.34 


10 


1 


.39 


3 


. . 


.18 








24 


1—5 


8831 


51 


45.81 


7482 


63 


48.96 


5033 


58 


45.64 


2324 


24 


30.14 


1-5 


6-24 


9687 


99 


85.49 


7665 


136 


97.15 


4871 


122 


87.84 


1899 


73 


48.90 


6-24 



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VUU« 


. HUUSES 


: PRO 


PRIET 


ORS AND 


MANAGERS 




Ages at ] 


Entry 


54-56 




57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 


280 


4 


3.42 


177 


5 


2.83 


111 


2 


2.28 


58 


2 


1 60 


1 


238 




3.76 


151 


2 


3.08 


99 


1 


2.72 


52 


1 


2.08 


2 


221 


2 


4.04 


135 


3 


3.24 


89 




2.86 


47 




2.25 


3 


201 


2 


4.04 


118 


2 


3.12 


80 


1 


2.83 


44 


1 


2.32 


4 


182 


2 


3.99 


108 


3 


3.14 


67 


3 


2.61 


36 


1 


2.05 


5 


166 


8 


3.98 


99 


4 


3.18 


57 


3 


2.45 


33 


2 


2.06 


6 


148 


5 


3.91 


89 


1 


3.15 


46 


6 


2.17 


29 


1 


1.94 


7 


8 


129 


6 


3.75 


81 


2 


3.16 


36 


3 


1.86 


22 




1.60 


8 


9 


108 


4 


3.47 


76 


2 


3.26 


29 


3 


1.64 


21 


2 


1.66 


9 


10 


95 




3.36 


61 


2 


2.87 


25 


3 


1.54 


17 


4 


1.46 


10 


11 


78 


5 


3.04 


43 


4 


2.22 


18 


1 


1.20 


10 


1 


.85 


11 


12 


57 


3 


2.45 


35 


2 


1.98 


15 


1 


1.08 


7 


1 


.64 


12 


13 


39 


3 


1.84 


32 


3 


1.97 


12 


1 


.94 


6 




.60 


13 


14 


32 


2 


1.65 


26 


2 


1.74 


8 


1 


.68 


6 




.65 


14 


15 


27 


5 


1.53 


19 


1 


1.37 


6 


2 


.55 


4 




.47 


15 


16 


20 




1.23 


14 


1 


1.10 


3 




.30 


2 




.25 


16 


17 


16 


2 


1.07 


13 




1.10 


3 




.32 


2 




.27 


17 


18 


12 


2 


.87 


9 




.83 


3 


1 


.35 


2 


1 


.30 


18 


19 


9 




.70 


6 




.60 


2 


1 


.25 


1 




.16 


19 


20 


9 


2 


.76 


5 




.54 






.14 


1 




.17 


20 


21 


4 




.37 


5 


1 


.58 






.15 


1 




.19 


21 


22 


3 




.30 


4 




.51 














22 


23 


3 




.32 


4 




.55 














23 


24 


1 




.12 


1 




.15 














24 


1—5 


1122 


12 


19.25 


689 


15 


15.41 


446 


7 


13.30 


237 


5 


10.30 


1—5 


6-24 


956 


47 


34.72 


622 


25 


30.86 


265 


26 


15.62 


164 


12 


13.27 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1722 

1419 
1306 
1178 
1066 


8 
8 

9 
8 
4 


5.95 
6.49 
6.12 
5.62 
5.19 


134 
123 

147 
142 

77 


4150 
3589 
3353 
3111 

2873 


23 
13 
16 

21 
26 


16.20 

17.96 
17.30 
16.69 
15.99 


142 

72 

92 

126 

163 


3045 
2657 
2477 
2270 
2066 


17 
24 
24 

25 
31 


16.37 
19.56 
19.67 
19.70 
19.30 


104 
123 
122 
127 
161 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


6691 
1852 
2101 
2152 
916 


37 
13 
18 
22 

5 


29.37 

9.11 

10.62 

11.70 

6.40 


126 
143 
169 

188 
78 


17076 
4916 
5705 
5869 
2611 


99 
31 

38 
70 
34 


84.14 
28.98 
37.70 
48.88 
32.41 


118 
107 
101 
143 
105 


12515 
3531 
3944 
3697 
1364 


121 
48 
66 
98 
46 


94.60 
36.54 
49.30 
62.63 
36.52 


128 
131 
134 
156 
126 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


13712 


95 


67.20 


141 


36177 


272 


232.11 


117 


25051 


379 


279.59 


136 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
De»iths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1030 
894 

817 
731 
663 


15 
9 
9 
8 

10 


11.46 
13.15 

13.64 
13.34 
13.21 


131 
68 
66 
60 
76 


169 
151 
136 

124 
103 


4 

2 

2 

4 


3.88 

4.80 
5.11 
5.15 
4.66 


103 

42 

39 
86 


10116 

8710 
8089 
7414 
6771 


67 
56 

58 
64 

75 


53.86 

61.96 
61.84 
60.50 
58.35 


124 

90 

94 

106 

129 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


4135 
1129 
1199 
871 
278 
7612 


51 
35 
39 
50 
21 
196 


64.80 
25.64 
34.39 
35.20 
19.25 
179.28 


79 
137 
113 
142 
109 
109 


683 

165 

150 

92 

22 

1112 


12 
12 
15 
8 
3 
50 


23.60 
8.62 
9.76 
7.66 
2.85 

52.49 


51 
139 
154 
104 
105 

95 


41100 
11593 
13099 
12681 
5191 
83664 


320 
139 
176 
248 
109 
992 


296.51 
108.89 
141.77 
166.07 
97.43 
810.67 


108 
128 
124 
149 
112 
122 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


166 


2 


.51 


855 


4 


2.82 


778 


4 


2.72 


553 




1 2.05 


1 


2 


136 




.58 


682 


3 


3.07 


640 


1 


2.94 


473 




2 2.27 


2 


3 


199 




.55 


627 


1 


2.88 


580 


4 


2.73 


427 




2.09 


3 


4 


114 




.52 


562 


2 


2.64 


526 


3 


2.52 


386 




2 1.93 


4 


5 


103 




.47 


503 


2 


2.41 


465 


1 


2.28 


346 




2 1.80 


5 


6 


83 




.39 


426 


1 


2.04 


415 


1 


2.03 


300 




3 1.59 


6 


7 


69 




.32 


363 


1 


1.78 


352 


2 


1.76 


260 




3 1.40 


7 


8 


57 




.27 


310 


1 


1.52 


295 


4 


1.48 


223 




2 1.23 


8 


9 


47 




.23 


260 




1.27 


255 


2 


1.30 


190 




2 1.08 


9 


10 


39 




.19 


233 


2 


1.14 


221 


1 


1.15 


170 




2 1.00 


10 


11 


35 




.17 


181 




.91 


182 


2 


.96 


140 




3 .87 


11 


12 


32 




.16 


161 


1 


.81 


154 


1 


.83 


121 




1 .80 


12 


13 


30 




.15 


132 




.67 


137 




.75 


108 




.76 


13 


14 


26 




.13 


120 


1 


.62 


120 




.68 


92 




1 .69 


14 


15 


21 




.10 


102 




.54 


104 


2 


.61 


82 




1 .66 


15 


16 


12 




.06 


78 




.42 


73 




.45 


62 




1 .53 


16 


17 


8 




.04 


66 




.36 


62 




.41 


52 




.47 


17 


18 


6 




.03 


50 




.28 


47 




.33 


43 




.42 


18 


19 


6 




.03 


34 




.20 


35 




.26 


37 




.39 


19 


20 


4 




.02 


23 




.14 


29 


2 


.23 


20 




.23 


20 


21 


2 




.01 


8 




.05 


14 


1 


.12 


6 




.08 


21 


22 








4 




.03 


8 




.07 


3 




.04 


22 


23 








3 




.02 


6 




.06 


2 




.03 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


2 




.03 


24 


1—5 


641 


2 


2.63 


3229 


12 


13.82 


2989 


13 


13.19 


2185 




7 10.14 


1-5 


6-24 


477 


1 


2.30 


2555 


7 


12.81 


2513 


18 


13.52 


1913 




L9 12.30 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


306 


1 


1.25 


193 




.91 


90 




.58 


52 






7 1 


2 


253 


1 


1.32 


157 




1.00 


74 


2 


.65 


43 






4 2 


3 


229 


3 


1.24 


141 


1 


.97 


66 




.63 


38 


1 




2 3 


4 


206 


1 


1.17 


124 


1 


.93 


55 




.57 


34 






1 4 


5 


184 


1 


1.09 


109 


1 


.87 


49 




.55 


29 






t7 5 


6 


160 


1 


.99 


99 


2 


.84 


46 




.56 


26 






>6 6 


7 


133 




.88 


82 




.75 


38 




.50 


25 


1 




t8 7 


8 


117 


3 


.82 


70 


3 


.69 


35 




.50 


19 


1 




9 8 


9 


96 




.72 


58 


1 


.61 


30 




.46 


15 






4 9 


10 


81 


2 


.65 


46 


1 


.53 


25 




.42 


14 






5 10 


11 


57 




.48 


37 




.46 


20 




.36 


5 






4 11 


12 


51 




.46 


29 




.39 


19 




.37 


4 






2 12 


13 


40 


1 


.39 


24 




.35 


15 




.32 


3 






G 13 


14 


34 


2 


.36 


20 




.32 


11 




.26 


2 






)7 14 


15 


26 




.30 


18 




.31 


8 




.21 


1 






)4 15 


16 


23 




.29 


11 




.20 


7 




.20 








16 


17 


19 




.26 


11 




.22 


5 




.16 








17 


18 


15 




.22 


8 




.18 


4 




.14 








18 


19 


13 




.21 


6 




.14 


3 




.11 








19 


20 


12 




.21 


4 




.11 


O 




.08 








20 


21 


10 




.19 


3 




.09 


1 




.05 








21 


22 


7 


1 


.14 


] 




.03 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


5 




.11 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


2 




.05 


] 




.04 














24 


1-5 


1178 


7 


6.07 


724 


3 


4.68 


334 




2.98 


196 


1 


2.. 


51 1-5 


6-24 


901 


12 


7.73 


529 


9 


6.30 


271 


13 


4.81 


114 


4 


2/ 


19 6-24 



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Entry 54-i?#i 


30. WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSES 

1 — 


: CLERKS 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actua 
Death 


1 Expected 
s Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60-62 

Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


63 and 

Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


13 
10 

8 
7 




.1€ 
1 .16 

1 C 

.14 


IC 

> 10 
9 

t 8 




.16 
.20 
.22 
.21 


i; 

4 

1 

3 






10 3 

11 2 

10 2 

11 2 


.08 
.07 

.09 
.09 


1 

2 
3 
4 


6 




. J. V. 


5 




.15 


2 




.( 


38 1 


.05 


5 


6 




.1-^ 


t 5 




.16 


2 




.( 


39 1 


.06 


6 


5 




1 1 


4 




.14 


2 




.( 


39 1 


.06 


7 


5 




1 q 


4 




.16 


1 




.05 1 ] 


.07 


8 


4 




.12 


3 




.13 


1 




.06 




9 


10 


4 




1 .14 


t 3 




.14 












10 


11 


3 




1 .12 


2 




.10 












11 


12 


1 




.04 


t 1 




.06 












12 


13 
























13 


14 
























14 


15 
























15 


16 
























16 


17 
























17 


18 
























18 


19 
























19 


20 
























20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


44 




1 .74 


42 




.94 


17 


2 


.50 10 


.38 


1—5 


6-24 


28 




2 .85 


22 




.89 


6 




.29 3 1 


.19 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1799 
1458 
1329 
1202 
1071 


10 

4 
5 
5 
3 


6.05 
6.59 
6.16 
5.68 
5.16 


165 
61 
81 
88 
58 


859 

726 
656 
592 
530 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 


3.30 
3.59 
3.33 
3.10 
2.89 


61 

84 

90 

97 

104 


283 

231 
207 
179 

158 


1 

2 
2 

1 
1 


1.49 
1.65 
1.60 

1.50 
1.42 


67 

121 

125 

67 

70 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


6859 
1708 
1717 
1537 
583 


27 

6 

10 

7 
3 


29.64 
8.32 
8.55 
8.09 
3.67 


91 

72 

117 

87 

82 


3363 
853 
877 
751 
333 


14 
7 

11 
9 
4 


16.21 
4.86 
5.50 
5.77 
3.90 


86 
144 
200 
156 
103 


1058 

265 

264 

201 

70 


7 
6 
8 
4 
4 


7.66 
2.65 
3.21 
3.35 
1.90 


91 
226 
249 
119 
211 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


12404 


53 


58.27 


91 


6177 


45 


36.24 


124 


1858 


29 


18.77 


155 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to RisI; 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


75 
63 
55 
49 
40 


1 

1 


.79 
.90 
.89 
.86 

.75 


111 

112 


8 

6 

5 
5 
3 


1 
1 


.18 
.18 
.19 
.20 
.13 


556 
500 


3024 
2484 
2252 
2027 
1802 


13 
11 
11 
10 

7 


11.81 

12.91 
12.17 
11.34 
10.35 


110 
85 
90 
88 
68 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6 7 

8-10 

11-15 

16 24 


282 
71 
71 

22 


2 
1 
2 
3 


4.19 

1.51 

1.93 

.79 


48 

66 

104 

380 


27 
6 
3 


2 

1 


.88 
.30 
.18 


227 
556 


11589 

2903 

2932 

2511 

986 


52 
20 
32 
23 
11 


58.58 
17.64 
19.37 
18.00 
9.47 


89 
113 
165 
128 
116 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


446 


8 


8.42 


95 


36 


3 


1.36 


221 


20921 


138 


123.06 


112 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 






.c 


67 




.22 


167 




.58 


268 




.99 


1 


2 






.0 


48 




.22 


121 




.56 


210 


2 


1.01 


2 


3 






.c 


40 




.18 


114 




1 .54 


186 


2 


.91 


3 


4 






.c 


37 




.17 


101 




1 .48 


159 


1 


.80 


4 


5 






.c 


10 31 




.15 


88 




.43 


131 


2 


.68 


5 


6 






.c 


10 28 




.13 


78 




.38 


113 


1 


.60 


6 


7 








17 




.08 


74 




2 .37 


94 




.51 


7 


8 








14 




.07 


63 




3 .32 


79 


1 


.43 


8 


9 








11 




.05 


51 




.26 


66 


1 


.38 


9 


10 








11 




.05 


48 




.25 


59 


2 


.35 


10 


11 








9 




.05 


39 




2 .21 


45 




.28 


11 


12 








8 




.04 


32 




.17 


39 




.26 


12 


13 








8 




.04 


28 




.15 


31 




.22 


13 


14 








7 




.04 


27 




.15 


25 




.19 


14 


15 








6 




.03 


24 




.14 


23 




.18 


15 


16 








6 




.03 


18 




.11 


14 




.12 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


17 




.11 


11 




.10 


17 


18 








3 




.02 


15 




.11 


8 




.08 


18 


19 








2 




.01 


13 




.10 


6 




.06 


19 


20 








2 




.01 


10 




.08 


5 




.06 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


5 




.04 








21 


22 








1 




.01 


3 




.03 








22 


23 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 








23 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 








24 


1—5 




) 


. 


30 223 




.94 


591 




2 2.59 


954 


7 


4.39 


1-5 


6-24 




L 


. 


DO 141 


1 


.72 


548 




7 3.01 


618 


7 


3.82 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


308 


3 


1.26 


250 


2 


1.18 


146 


2 


.93 


54 




.49 


1 


2 


237 


3 


1.23 


190 


3 


1.22 


121 


1 


1.06 


48 




.60 


2 


3 


206 


2 


1.11 


169 


2 


1.17 


104 


2 


.99 


44 




.61 


3 


4 


177 




1.01 


158 


1 


1.19 


94 


3 


.98 


38 




.57 


4 


5 


161 


2 


.95 


144 


2 


1.15 


82 




.93 


36 




.59 


5 


6 


147 


4 


.91 


126 


1 


1.07 


74 


2 


.90 


33 


I 


5 .58 


6 


7 


125 




.83 


120 


2 


1.09 


69 


5 


.91 


26 




I .49 


7 


8 


108 




.76 


108 


2 


1.06 


56 


3 


.80 


22 




I .45 


8 


9 


92 


3 


.69 


91 


1 


.96 


48 


1 


.74 


20 




.45 


9 


10 


77 




.62 


75 


2 


.86 


41 




.68 


17 




.42 


10 


11 


68 




.58 


56 


1 


.70 


33 


1 


.6p 


12 




.33 


11 


12 


63 




.57 


49 


1 


.66 


27 


1 


.53 


9 




.27 


12 


13 


55 


3 


.54 


43 




.63 


21 




.45 


6 




.20 


13 


14 


47 




.50 


35 


1 


.55 


15 


1 


.35 


5 


~ 


.18 


14 


15 


38 


3 


.44 


28 




.48 


14 


1 


.36 


5 




.20 


15 


16 


25 


1 


.31 


18 




.33 


11 


1 


.31 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


21 




.28 


16 


1 


.32 


9 




.28 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


15 


1 


.22 


11 




.24 


7 




.24 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


10 




.16 


8 




.19 


4 


1 


.15 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


7 




.12 


7 




.18 


1 




.04 








20 


21 


2 




.04 


3 




.09 


1 




.05 








21 


22 








1 




.03 


1 




.05 








22 


23 








1 




.04 


1 




.06 








23 


24 














. . 


. . 










24 


1—5 


1089 


10 


5.56 


911 


10 


5.91 


547 


8 


4.89 


220 




2.86 


1-5 


6-24 


900 


15 


7.57 


796 


12 


9.48 


433 


17 


7.50 


165 




5 4.07 


6-24 



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A&es at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



18 

13 

10 

9 

8 

7 
7 
7 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 



58 
48 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.22 
.21 

.18 
.18 
.18 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.16 
.14 
.16 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.17 
.06 
.07 



.97 
1.73 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 

9 
9 
7 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



40 
6 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.18 
.18 

.22 
.18 
.12 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.88 
.23 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
13 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



.12 
.08 
.10 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.45 
.79 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.07 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



.31 

.42 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


235 
170 
155 
139 
120 


"i 
1 


.80 
.78 
.72 
.65 
.58 


139 
154 


576 

447 
392 
336 
292 


3 

5 
4 
1 
4 


2.25 
2.24 
2.02 
1.81 
1.63 


133 
223 
198 

55 
245 


396 
311 

273 
252 
226 


4 
4 
4 
4 

2 


2.11 

2.28 
2.16 
2.17 
2.08 


190 
175 
185 
184 
96 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


819 
198 
198 
188 
106 


2 
2 
3 
3 


3.53 

.96 

1.00 

1.02 

.75 


57 
208 
300 
294 


2043 
479 
481 
434 
124 


17 

5 
7 
7 
3 


9.95 
2.85 
3.23 
3.76 
1.55 


171 
175 
217 
186 
194 


1458 
389 
419 
321 
100 


18 

10 

9 

7 
3 


10.80 
3.97 
5.10 
5.31 
2.60 


167 
252 
176 
132 
115 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1509 


10 


7.26 


138 


3561 


39 


21.34 


183 


2687 


47 


27.78 


169 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exoosed 
to "Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


83 
70 

63 

54 
48 


1 

i 


.89 

.99 

1.01 

.93 

.89 


loi 

112 


8 
5 
5 

3 
3 




.17 
.15 
.19 

.12 
.13 




1298 
1003 

888 
784 
689 


7 
10 

9 
6 

7 


6.22 
6.44 
6.10 
5.68 
5.31 


113 
155 
148 
106 
132 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


318 
76 
78 
53 
12 


2 
4 

1 

1 


4.71 
1.52 
1.95 
1.93 
.63 


42 

263 

51 

159 


24 
6 
7 
6 




.76 
.30 

.44 
.47 


227 


4662 
1148 
1183 
1002 
342 


39 
21 

21 
17 

7 


29.75 

9.60 

11.72 

12.49 

5.53 


131 
219 
179 
136 
127 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


537 


8 


10.74 


74 


43 


1 


1.97 


51 


8337 


105 


69.09 


152 


1-24 



85 



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32. WAITERS IN H( 


DTELS, 


RESTAURANTS AND CLUBS WHERE 


LIQUOR IS SERVED 




Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 1 Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


IS Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


42 




I 


13 341 




1.13 


519 


5 


1.82 


423 




1 1.57 


1 


2 


22 


J- 


I .( 


)9 203 


1 


.91 


393 


2 


1.81 


315 




1.51 


2 


3 


17 






)8 163 


1 


.75 


333 


5 


1.57 


283 




1 1.39 


3 


4 


15 






)7 143 


1 


.67 


296 


4 


1.42 


249 




1 1.25 


4 


5 


14 






)6 116 




.56 


248 


3 


1.22 


214 




5 1.11 


5 


6 


IC 


. 




)5 87 


1 


.42 


213 


1 


1.04 


168 




.89 


6 


7 


6 


, 




)3 69 


1 


.34 


163 


1 


.82 


143 




2 .77 


7 


8 


^ 


, 




)2 48 




.24 


129 


1 


.65 


112 




.62 


8 


9 


^ 






)2 38 


1 


.19 


100 


1 


.51 


83 




1 .47 


9 


10 








H 24 




.12 


65 




.34 


56 




.33 


10 


11 


2 






)1 18 




.09 


48 






.25 


36 




.22 


11 


12 


1 






)0 16 




.08 


35 






.19 


28 




.18 


12 


13 


1 






)0 11 




.06 


15 






.08 


19 




1 .13 


13 


14 








10 




.05 


14 






.08 


13 




1 .10 


14 


15 








8 




.04 


10 






.06 


8 




.06 


15 


16 








6 




.03 


9 






.06 


4 




.03 


16 


17 








6 




.03 


7 






.05 


3 




.03 


17 


18 








4 




.02 


6 






.04 


2 




.02 


18 


19 








3 




.02 


4 






.03 


2 




.02 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


2 






.02 


1 




.01 


20 


21 








1 




.01 










1 




.01 


21 


22 








1 




.01 










1 




.01 


22 


23 








1 




.01 
















23 


24 




























24 


1—5 


lie 


: 


5 / 


[3 966 


3 


4.02 


1789 


19 


7.84 


1484 




8 6.83 


1-5 


6-24 


31 




.] 


14 354 


4 


1.78 


820 


4 


4.22 


680 




5 3.90 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


ActuE 


1 Expected 


Expos 


ed Actual 


Expected 


Expos 


2d Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


iDsur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deatl 


IS Deaths 


toRis 


k Deaths 


Deaths 


to Ris 


k Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


272 




2 1.12 


1 


39 1 


.65 


■ ^ 


39 


.25 


17 




.15 


1 


2 


206 




4 1.07 


1 


13 1 


.72 




32 


.28 


13 




.16 


2 


3 


172 




3 .93 


1 


32 2 


.70 




26 2 


.25 


11 




.15 


3 


4 


155 




2 .88 




30 


.68 




18 


.19 


9 




.14 


4 


5 


135 




2 .80 




77 1 


.62 




14 1 


.16 


8 




.13 


5 


6 


118 




1 .73 


( 


33 1 


.54 




13 1 


.16 


7 




.12 


6 


7 


91 




2 .60 


I 


18 1 


.44 




12 


.16 


5 




.10 


7 


8 


69 




.48 




38 1 


.37 




11 


.16 


5 




.10 


8 


9 


54 




2 .41 




28 


.30 




8 1 


.12 


3 




.07 


9 


10 


42 




1 .34 




20 




.23 




5 


.08 


3 




.07 


10 


11 


29 




.25 




12 




.15 




3 


.05 


2 




.05 


11 


12 


23 




2 .21 




8 




.11 




2 1 


.04 






.03 


12 


13 


14 




.14 




3 




.04 












.03 


13 


14 


11 




.12 




2 




.03 












.04 


14 


15 


7 




.08 




















.04 


15 


16 


4 




.05 




















.04 


16 


17 


4 




.05 






















17 


18 


3 




.04 
























IS 


19 


3 




.05 
























19 


20 


3 




.05 
























20 


21 






























21 


22 






























22 


23 






























23 


24 






























24 


1—5 


940 


] 


3 4.80 


5: 


'1 5 


3.37 


i: 


'9 3 


1.13 


58 


1 


.73 


1-5 


6-24 


475 




8 3.60 


27 


2 3 


2.21 




4 3 


.77 


30 


1 


.69 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 



.10 
.02 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 



.15 
.07 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


902 
618 
513 
454 
378 


6 

5 
6 
5 
3 


3.08 

2.81 
2.40 
2.16 
1.84 


195 
178 
250 
231 
163 


695 

521 
455 
404 
349 


4 
4 


i 2.69 

[ 2.58 

[ 2.32 

i 2.13 

1.91 


112 
155 
172 
141 
366 


178 
145 
128 
108 
91 


1 
1 

4 
2 


.90 
1.00 

.95 
.87 

.78 


111 

100 
421 

256 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2865 

548 

415 

189 

53 


25 
4 
3 

1 


12.29 

2.70 

2.10 

.99 

.35 


203 
148 
143 
101 


2424 

520 

416 

188 

31 


21 

C 

4 
4 


11.63 

2.99 

[ 2.65 

t 1.49 

.37 


181 
167 
151 
268 


650 

136 

110 

30 


8 
3 
2 
1 


4.50 

1.30 

1.26 

.42 


178 
231 
159 
238 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4070 


33 


18.43 


179 


3579 


34 


\r 19.13 


178 


926 


14 


7.48 


187 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


21 

16 
13 
11 
10 


i 


.20 
.22 
.19 
.19 
.18 


556 


1 




.03 




1797 
1300 
1109 

977 

828 


10 

10 

14 

8 

13 


6.90 

6.61 
5.86 
5.35 
4.71 


145 
151 
239 
150 
276 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


71 

15 

11 

6 

1 


1 

i 


.98 
.31 
.24 
.19 
.04 


102 
526 


1 


. . 


.03 




6011 

1219 

952 

413 

85 


55 

12 

9 

7 


29.43 
7.30 
6.25 
3.09 

.76 


187 
164 
144 

227 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


104 2 


1.76 


114 


1 




.03 




8680 


83 


46.83 


177 


1-24 



87 



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33. MARINE: OFFICERS AND ENGINE] 


ERS ON STEAMERS ON GREAT LAKES 




Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 






Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


29 




.OS 


247 




I .82 


506 


2 


1.77 


478 




1 1.77 


1 


2 


2C 


1 


.OS 


177 




.80 


360 


, . 


1.66 


362 




1.74 


2 


3 


15 


. . 


.07 


145 




.67 


317 


1 


1.49 


324 




2 1.59 


3 


4 


12 




.0( 


) 123 




.58 


293 


3 


1.41 


290 




1 1.45 


4 


5 


12 


1 


.oe 


) 103 




.49 


259 


2 


1.27 


256 




2 1.33 


5 


6 


c 




.04 


[ 87 




.42 


227 


, , 


1.11 


219 




1 1.16 


6 


7 


7 




.o: 


5 62 




.30 


185 


1 


.93 


182 




1 .98 


7 


8 


c 


1 


.o: 


I 48 




.24 


150 


1 


.75 


147 




4 .81 


8 


9 


2 


1 


.0] 


39 




.19 


123 




.63 


132 




.75 


9 


10 


] 




.0( 


) 26 




.13 


92 




.48 


110 




.65 


10 


11 








22 




.11 


71 


1 


.38 


82 




2 .51 


11 


12 








18 




.09 


60 




.32 


60 




1 .40 


12 


13 








18 




.09 


47 




.26 


49 




.34 


13 


14 








15 




.08 


39 




.22 


41 




1 .31 


14 


15 








12 




.06 


27 




.16 


32 




1 .26 


15 


16 








8 




.04 


23 




.14 


26 




.22 


16 


17 








7 




.04 


17 




.11 


21 




.19 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


14 




.10 


16 




.16 


18 


19 








3 




.02 


12 




.09 


15 




.16 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


7 




.06 


8 




.09 


20 


21 








2 




.01 


4 




.03 


2 




.03 


21 


22 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














2 




.02 








23 


24 














2 




.02 








24 


1—5 


8f 


5 2 


.37 


? 795 




( 3.36 


1735 


8 


7.60 


1710 




6 7.88 


1-5 


6-24 


2^ 


1: 2 


.i( 


) 375 




1.87 


1104 


4 


5.83 


1143 


11 7.03 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


- 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


: Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Attual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


: Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths , 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


400 


3 


, 1.64 


245 


■ 1 


1.15 


122 


3 


.78 


60 




.55 


1 


2 


310 


2 


, 1.61 


187 


2 


1.20 


91 




.80 


48 




I .60 


2 


3 


267 


2 


' 1.44 


161 




1.11 


76 




.72 


43 




I .59 


3 


4 


224 


1 


1.28 


137 




! 1.03 


63 




.66 


36 




.54 


4 


5 


190 


6 


! 1.12 


120 




1 .96 


51 




.58 


31 




.51 


5 


6 


165 


- - , , 


1.02 


110 




.94 


41 




.50 


29 




.51 


6 


7 


132 


2 


.87 


92 




.84 


37 




.4^ 


27 




? .51 


7 


8 


103 




; .72 


76 




.74 


29 




.41 


22 




.45 


8 


9 


89 




, .67 


63 




.67 


25 




.39 


19 




.43 


9 


10 


68 


1 


j .54 


50 




.58 


; 20 




.33 


15 




.37 


10 


11 


52 


1 


„.! . .44 


3J 




.39 


12 




-. .22 


9 




.24 


11 


12 


40 




/ .36 


25 




.34 


11 




.22 


8 




.24 


12 


13 


34 




.33 


20 




.29 


10 




.21 


8 




.26 


13 


14 


27 


2 


.29 


19 




.30 


8 




.19 


8 




.29 


14 


15 


19 




.22 


16 




.27 


7 




.18 


7 




.28 


15 


16 


16 




.20 


15 




.28 


1 




.03 


6 




.27 


16 


17 


12 




• .16 


13 




.26 


1 




.03 


4 


■' 


.19 


17 


18 


11 




.16 


8 




.18 








4 




[ .21 


18 


19 


10 




.16 


7 




.17 










3 




.17 


19 


20 


7 


1 


.12 


4 




.11 










2 




.13 


20 


21 


4 




.07 


3 




.09 










1 




.07 


21 


22 


3 




.06 


3 




.10 
















22 


23 


3 




.07 


■; 2 




.07 
















23 


24 


2 




.05 


1 




.04 
















24 


1—5 


1391 


14 


7.09 


850 


5 


5.45 


403 


5 


3.54 


218 




t 2.79 


1-5 


6-24 


797 


7 


'6.51 


558 


9 


6.66 


202 


5 


3.20 


172 




i 4.62 


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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



30 

24 

20 

17 

14 

10 

8 

7 

5 

3 

2 

1 



105 
36 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.37 
.38 
.37 

.34 
.31 
.24 
.21 
.20 
.16 
.11 
.08 
.04 



1.77 
1.04 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 
17 
14 
13 

13 
9 
6 
5 
4 
3 



76 
34 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.30 

.35 
.34 
.34 
.38 
.29 
.21 
.20 
.17 
.14 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



1.71 

1.48 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



17 

2 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.11 
.10 
.11 
.08 

.09 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.50 

.09 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.07 
.09 
.05 
.05 



.3 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 _ 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actu 


al Expected 


Rati 


o Exposed 


Actual 




Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 




Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deat 


hs Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


782 


3 


2.68 


112 


878 




4 3.41 




17 367 


4 


1.93 


207 


1 


2 


557 


1 


2.55 


39 


672 




2 3.35 




60 278 


3 


2.00 


150 


2 


3 


477 


1 


2.23 


45 


591 




4 3.03 




32 237 


2 


1.83 


109 


3 


4 


428 


4 


2.05 


195 


514 




2 2.73 




73 200 


1 


1.69 


59 


4 


5 


374 


4 


1.82 


220 


446 




8 2.45 




27 171 




1.54 




5 


1—5 


2618 


13 


11.33 


115 


3101 




20 14.97 




34 1253 


10 


8.99 


111 


1—5 


6—7 


577 


2 


2.83 


71 


698 




4 4.03 




99 280 


4 


2.77 


144 


6—7 


8-10 


486 


5 


2.45 


204 


649 




5 4.14 




21 263 


4 


3.12 


128 


8-10 


11-15 


329 


2 


1.77 


113 


436 




8 3.46 


2 


31 159 


5 


2.61 


192 


11-15 


16-24 


HI 




.75 




157 




1 1.91 




52 58 


1 


1.36 


74 


16-24 


1-24 


4121 


22 


19.13 


115 


5041 




38 28.51 




33 2013 


24 


18.85 


127 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5(1 


-59 




60 and over 


AH Ag< 


!s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


■ 

Ratic 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


109 




1.22 




7 




.15 




2143 


11 


9.39 


117 


1 


2 


89 


O 


1.33 


150 


6 




.18 




1602 


8 


9.41 


85 


2 


3 


77 


3 


1.30 


231 


5 




.19 




1387 


10 


8.58 


117 


3 


4 


66 


1 


1.22 


82 


4 




.16 




1212 


8 


7.85 


102 


4 


5 


58 


1 


1.20 


83 


3 




.13 




1052 


13 


7.14 


182 


5 


1—5 


399 


7 


6.27 


112 


25 




.81 




7396 


50 


42.37 


118 


1—5 


6 7 


89 


2 


1.97 


102 


2 




.09 




1646 


12 


11.69 


103 


6—7 


8-10 


83 


1 


2.23 


45 










1481 


15 


11.94 


126 


8-10 


11-15 


48 




1.74 












972 


15 


9.58 


157 


11-15 


16-24 


22 


1 


1.20 


83 










348 


3 


5.22 


57 


16-24 


1-24 


641 


11 


13.41 


82 


27 




.90 




11843 


95 


80.80 


118 


1-24 



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STEEL GRINDERS, EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


50 




.] 


6 302 




1.00 


382 




2 1.34 


215 




.80 


1 


2 


34 




J 


5 190 




.86 


261 




1 1.20 


158 


3| .76 


2 


3 


25 




.1 


1 161 




I .74 


209 




.98 


132 




I .65 


3 


4 


23 




.] 


1 140 




.66 


173 




.83 


115 




.58 


4 


5 


17 




.( 


)8 113 




.54 


143 




2 .70 


90 




.47 


5 


6 


13 




.( 


)6 83 




I .40 


113 




1 .55 


75 




I .40 


6 


7 


11 




.( 


)5 65 




.32 


93 




.47 


56 




.30 


7 


8 


IC 


. 


.( 


)5 49 




.24 


73 




.37 


47 




.26 


8 


9 


e 


. 


.( 


)3 35 




.17 


61 




.31 


38 




.22 


9 


10 


1 




.( 


)1 25 




.12 


52 




1 .27 


33 




.19 


10 


11 


1 


. 


.( 


)1 21 




.11 


39 




1 .21 


22 




.14 


11 


12 


1 




.( 


)0 16 




.08 


31 




1 .17 


18 




.12 


12 


13 


] 




.( 


)0 15 




.08 


26 




1 .14 


17 




.12 


13 


14 








14 




.07 


20 




.11 


13 




.10 


14 


15 








11 




.06 


17 




.10 


13 




.10 


15 


16 








8 




.04 


14 




.09 


10 




.09 


16 


17 








7 




.04 


10 




.07 


8 




.07 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


8 




.06 


7 




.07 


IS 


19 








4 




.02 


7 




.05 


6 




.06 


19 


20 








2 




.01 


6 




.05 


5 




.06 


20 


21 














2 




.02 


2 




.03 


21 


22 














9 




.02 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


23 


24 














1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


14S 


) 


.( 


51 906 




I 3.80 


1168 




5 5.05 


710 


4 3.26 


1-5 


6-24 


48 


! 




?1 360 




I 1.79 


577 




5 3.09 


372 


] 


2.35 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1-5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



161 

110 

96 

78 

65 

52 

43 

32 

24 

19 

17 

12 

11 

10 

7 

7 

6 

3 

3 

3 



510 
249 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.66 

.57 
.52 
.44 
.38 
.32 
.28 
.22 
.18 
.15 
.14 
.11 
.11 
.11 
.08 
.09 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 



2.57 
2.01 



72 
61 
51 
42 
35 
30 
22 
1 

10 
10 
6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



261 
115 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.34 

.39 
.35 
.32 
.28 
.26 
.20 
.18 
.11 
.12 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.03 



1.68 
1.27 



57 

45 

41 

35 

26 

21 

19 

13 

9 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 



204 

87 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.36 
.40 
.39 
.36 
.29 
.26 
.25 
.19 
.14 
.07 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.03 
.04 



1.80 
1.42 



26 

20 

19 

14 

13 

12 

10 

10 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 



92 

43 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.24 
.25 

.26 
.21 
.21 
.21 
.19 
.21 
.09 
.07 
.05 
.03 
.03 



1.17 



90 



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STEEL GRINDERS, EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 
10 
10 
10 
9 

8 
5 
5 
5 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 



51 
33 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.15 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.20 
.19 
.13 
.15 
.16 
.11 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.05 



.89 
1.05 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 
12 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 

.10 
.12 
.11 
.12 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.53 
.52 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.30 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


734 

485 
395 
336 

273 


2 
1 

1 

2 


2.50 
2.21 

1.83 
1.60 
1.32 


80 
45 
55 

152 


376 

268 
228 
193 
155 




1.46 
1 1.33 

I 1.17 
I 1.02 

.85 


301 

171 

9J 


129 

106 
92 

i 77 
61 


1 

2 
2 
1 


.70 
.79 

.74 
.68 

.57 


143 

270 
294 
175 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2223 

378 

314 

215 

78 


6 
2 
1 
3 


9.46 
1.85 
1.57 
1.14 
.53 


63 
108 

64 
263 


1220 

226 

193 

140 

62 


1 

i 


7 5.83 

! 1.30 

1.22 

1.13 

.71 


12C 
154 


) 465 
92 
64 
35 
11 


6 

2 
1 
1 


3.48 
.97 
.81 
.61 
.30 


172 
206 
123 
164 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3208 


12 


14.55 


82 


1841 


c 


) 10.19 


8S 


667 


10 


6.17 


162 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


43 

35 
34 
28 
26 


1 

2 
1 

1 


.47 

.51 

.56 
.52 
.53 


213 

357 
192 
189 


4 
3 
3 
2 
2 




.10 
.11 

.12 
.10 
.11 




1286 
897 
752 
636 

517 


4 
5 
7 
4 

4 


5.23 
4.95 

4.42 
3.92 
3.38 


76 
101 
158 
102 
118 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


166 
39 
35 
14 


5 
2 
2 
3 


2.59 
.85 

1.01 
.59 


193 

235 
198 
508 


14 
2 
2 




.54 
.09 
.11 




4088 
737 
608 
404 
151 


24 
8 
4 

7 


21.90 
5.06 
4.72 
3.47 
1.54 


110 

158 

85 

202 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 254 


12 


5.04 


238 


18 




.74 




5988 


43 


36.69 


117 


1-24 



91 



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[SHERS AND POLISHERS OP 


METAL, EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actaal 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


125 




.39 


746 


^ 


! 2.46 


812 


2 


2.84 


602 




3 2.23 


1 


2 


77 


1 


.33 


458 


I 


> 2.06 


551 


1 


. 2.53 


452 




3 2.17 


2 


3 


61 




.27 


373 


] 


[ 1.72 


470 


1 


2.21 


388 




3 1.90 


3 


4 


49 




.23 


306 


] 


[ 1.44 


402 


2 


1.93 


331 




1 1.66 


4 


5 


33 




.15 


255 


] 


1.22 


338 


4 


1.66 


278 




1 1.45 


5 


6 


28 




.13 


216 




1.04 


271 


2 


' 1.33 


234 




1 1.24 


6 


7 


24 




.11 


177 




.87 


225 




1.13 


192 




1 1.04 


7 


8 


18 




.08 


148 




.73 


194 


1 


.97 


158 




1 .87 


8 


9 


13 




.06 


118 




.58 


155 


2 


.79 


131 




3 .75 


9 


10 


13 




.06 


91 


^ 


I .45 


126 




.66 


107 




1 .63 


10 


11 


8 




.04 


67 




.34 


92 




.49 


85 




.53 


11 


12 


4 




.02 


57 




.29 


78 




.42 


69 




2 .46 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


52 




.27 


57 


1 


.31 


55 




1 .39 


13 


14 


2 




.01 


41 




.21 


46 




.26 


46 




.35 


14 


15 






.00 


27 




.14 


37 




.22 


35 




.28 


15 


16 






.01 


20 




.11 


30 


1 


.19 


27 




.23 


16 


17 






.01 


13 




.07 


26 




.17 


25 




.23 


17 


18 






.01 


10 




.06 


19 




.13 


20 




.20 


18 


19 






.01 


6 




.03 


12 


i 


.09 


19 




.20 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


5 




.04 


15 




.17 


20 


21 








2 




.01 


2 




.02 


4 




.05 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


2 




.02 


2 




.03 


22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


345 


1 


1.37 


2138 




1 8.90 


2573 


10 


11.17 


2051 


] 


LI 9.41 


1-5 


6-24 


118 


.56 


1050 




I 5.23 


1377 


8 


7.24 


1224 


] 


LO 7.65 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


; Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


426 


1 


1.75 


195 




.92 


95 




.61 


40 




6 1 


2 


309 




1.61 


145 




.93 


68 




.60 


29 




6 2 


3 


265 


1 


1.43 


129 


5 


.89 


63 




.60 


22 




3 


4 


224 


2 


1.28 


110 


1 


.83 


51 




.53 


18 




7 4 


5 


188 


1 


1.11 


87 


1 


.70 


40 




.45 


12 




5 


6 


154 


2 


.95 


70 


1 


.60 


28 




L .34 


10 




8 6 


7 


133 




.88 


59 




.54 


19 




.25 


7 




3 7 


8 


113 




.79 


51 


1 


.50 


13 




.19 


6 




2 8 


9 


95 


2 


.71 


40 


2 


.42 


12 




.18 


6 




4 9 


10 


77 




.62 


32 




.37 


7 




.12 


4 




10 


11 


58 


4 


.49 


22 


1 


.28 


5 




.09 


3 




)8 11 


12 


41 


1 


.37 


20 




.27 


3 




.06 


2 




)6 12 


13 


34 




.33 


13 




.19 


3 




.06 


2 




)7 13 


14 


30 






.32 


11 




.17 


3 




.07 


1 




)4 14 


15 


22 






.25 


7 




.12 


9 




.05 






15 


16 


13 






.16 


6 




.11 


2 




.06 






16 


17 


11 






.15 


5 




.10 


1 




.03 






17 


18 


10 






.15 


2 




.04 


1 




.03 






18 


19 


9 






.14 


2 




.05 












19 


20 


7 






.12 


















20 


21 


4 






.07 


















21 


22 


2 






.04 


















22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


1412 


5 


7.18 


666 


7 


4.27 


317 




2.79 


121 


1.^ 


19 1-5 


6-24 


813 


9 


6.54 


340 


6 


3.76 


99 




1 1.53 


41 


1 .' 


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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 

15 

15 

14 

13 

9 

5 

5 

4 

4 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



76 

35 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.23 

.24 
.27 
.28 
.28 
.22 
.13 
.15 
.13 
.14 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 



1.30 
1.18 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



27 
16 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 

.12 
.14 
.13 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.06 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.59 

.67 



Actual 
Deaths 



22 



Expected 
Deaths 



.12 
.17 
.13 
.11 
.12 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.65 

.39 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.23 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 






Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


1683 


4 


5.69 


70 


1028 


4 


3.98 


101 


290 




1.53 




1 


2 


1086 


4 


4.92 


81 


761 


3 


3.78 


79 


213 




1.53 




2 


3 


904 


2 


4.20 


48 


653 


4 


3.33 


120 


192 


5 


1.49 


336 


3 


4 


757 


3 


3.60 


83 


555 


3 


2.94 


102 


161 


1 


1.36 


74 


4 


5 


626 


5 


3.03 


165 


466 


2 


2.56 


78 


127 


1 


1.15 


87 


5 


1—5 


5056 


18 


21.44 


84 


3463 


16 


16.59 


96 


983 


7 


7.06 


99 


1—5 


6—7 


941 


2 


4.61 


43 


713 


4 


4.11 


97 


176 


2 


1.73 


116 


6—7 


8-10 


876 


5 


4.38 


114 


681 


7 


4.37 


160 


155 


3 


1.78 


169 


8-10 


11-15 


572 


1 


3.03 


33 


475 


8 


3.77 


212 


89 


2 


1.36 


147 


11-15 


16-24 


156 


2 


1.01 


198 


168 




1.94 




19 




.42 




16-24 


1-24 


7601 


28 


34.47 


81 


5500 


35 


30.78 


114 


1422 


14 


12.35 


113 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


»-59 






60 ai 


tid over 






All Age 


s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


66 




.70 




8 




.18 




3075 


8 


12.08 


66 


1 


2 


50 




.72 




7 


1 


.22 


455 


2117 


8 


11.17 


72 


2 


3 


43 




.71 




5 


1 


.19 


526 


1797 


12 


9.92 


121 


3 


4 


37 




.68 




4 




.17 




1514 


7 


8.75 


80 


4 


5 


28 


1 


.57 


175 


3 




.12 




1250 


9 


7.43 


121 


5 


1—5 


224 


1 


3.38 


30 


27 


2 


.88 


227 


9753 


44 


49.35 


89 


1—5 


6—7 


37 


1 


.87 


115 


4 




.18 




1871 


9 


11.50 


78 


6—7 


8-10 


36 


4 


1.08 


370 


4 




.21 




1752 


19 


11.82 


161 


8-10 


11-15 


17 


1 


.69 


145 










1153 


12 


8.85 


136 


11-15 


16-24 


2 




.13 












345 


2 


3.50 


57 


16-24 


1-24 


316 


7 


6.15 


114 


35 


2 


1.27 


157 


14874 


86 


85.02 


101 


1-24 



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SUPERINTENDENTS OF BLAST FURNACES 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




"^ 


^Zfi Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 




\ 


.0] 


[ 66 




.22 


153 


. 


.54 


165 




.61 


1~ 


2 








47 




.21 


115 




I .53 


131 




.63 


2 


3 








40 




.18 


105 




.49 


118 




.58 


3 


4 








36 




.17 


90 




.43 


106 




.53 


4 


5 








32 




.15 


79 




.39 


92 




.48 


5 


6 








28 




.13 


69 


'3| .34 


83 




.44 


6 


7 








21 




.10 


55 




.28 


73 




.39 


7 


8 








16 




.08 


43 




.22 


63 




.35 


8 


9 








15 




.07 


37 




.19 


53 




.30 


9 


10 








12 




.06 


34 




.18 


48 




.28 


10 


11 








11 




.06 


26 




I .14 


40 




.25 


11 


12 








11 




.06 


22 




.12 


36 




.24 


12 


13 








7 




.04 


20 




.11 


34 




.24 


13 


14 








7 




.04 


20 




.11 


28 




.21 


14 


15 








7 




.04 


16 




.09 


27 




.22 


15 


16 








6 




.03 


12 




.07 


24 


2 


.20 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


10 




.07 


19 




.17 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


9 




.06 


18 




.18 


18 


19 








4 




.02 


8 




.06 


15 




.16 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


8 




.06 


11 




.13 


20 


21 








2 




.01 


4 




.03 


5 




.06 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


3 




.03 


3 




.04 


22 


23 














1 




.01 


3 




.04 


23 


24 




















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 




3 


.0 


I 221 




.93 


542 


] 


2.38 


612 


3 


2.83 


1-5 


6-24 








162 




.83 


397 


A 


[ 2.17 


584 


6 


3.92 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



133 
100 

94 

84 

70 

58 

45 

40 

30 

24 

17 

13 

10 

9 

7 

7 

6 

6 

4 

4 

1 



481 
281 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.55 
.52 

.51 
.48 
.41 
.36 
.30 
.28 
.23 
.19 
.14 
.12 
.10 
.10 
.08 
.09 
.08 
.09 
.06 
.07 
.02 



2.47 
2.31 



97 
78 
71 
62 
55 
49 
39 
33 
25 
22 
16 
16 
14 
13 



363 
266 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.46 
.50 
.49 

.47 
.44 
.42 
.35 
.32 
.27 
.25 
.20 
.22 
.20 
.21 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.15 
.12 
.05 
.03 



2.36 
3.24 



40 

33 

28 

24 

21 

17 

16 

14 

11 

9 

8 

6 

5 

5 

4 

4 

4 

2 

1 



146 
106 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.26 

.29 
.27 
.25 
.24 
.21 
.21 
.20 
.17 
.15 
.14 
.12 
.11 
.12 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.07 
.04 



1.31 

1.87 



22 

16 

14 

12 

12 

12 

12 

11 

10 

8 

7 

6 

3 

3 

9 



76 
75 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.20 
.20 
.19 
.18 
.20 
.21 
.23 
.23 
.23 
.20 
.19 
.18 
.10 
.11 
.08 
.04 



.97 
1.80 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
13 
13 
11 

10 
8 
8 
8 
7 
6 
5 
5 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



61 

58 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.17 
.21 

.24 
.22 
.22 
.19 
.21 
.23 
.22 
.21 
.20 
.21 
.19 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



1.06 
2.13 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.20 
.51 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.16 
.26 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


222 
162 

145 
126 
111 


i 


.77 
.74 
.67 
.60 
.54 


135 


298 
231 

212 
190 
162 


1 
2 

1 


1.16 
1.15 
1.09 
1.01 
.89 


86 
174 

112 


137 
111 

99 
86 

76 


1 

2 
2 

1 


.72 

.79 
.76 

.72 
.68 


139 
253 
263 
139 


1 

2 

3 

4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


766 
173 
157 
147 
82 


1 

3 

i 


3.32 
.85 
.80 
.81 
.54 


30 
353 

123 


1093 
259 
258 
221 

127 


4 

3 
2 
3 


5.30 
1.49 
1.63 
1.70 
1.41 


75 

184 
118 
213 


509 

121 

114 

95 

42 


6 

3 

1 
1 
2 


3.67 
1.19 
1.36 
1.56 
1.00 


163 

252 

74 

64 

200 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1325 


5 


6.32 


79 


1958 


12 


11.53 


104 


881 


13 


8.78 


148 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


38 
31 
29 
25 
23 


1 

i 


.40 
.45 

.48 
.45 
.45 


250 
208 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 




.02 
.03 

.03 
.04 
.04 




696 

536 
486 
428 
373 


3 
5 
3 
1 
1 


3.07 

3.16 
3.03 
2.82 

2.60 


98 
158 
99 
35 
38 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


146 

42 

53 

42 

6 

289 


2 

1 
1 
2 

6 


2.23 
.91 

1.45 

1.68 
.40 

6.67 


90 
110 

69 
119 

90 


5 
2 
3 

10 


1 
1 


.16 
.09 
.17 

.42 


588 
238 


2519 
597 
585 
505 
257 

4463 


13 

7 
6 
6 
5 
37 


14.68 
4.53 
5.41 
5.75 
3.35 

33.72 


89 
155 
111 
104 
149 
110 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Ages at Entry 15-19 




20-24 




25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


669 


3 


2.07 


3663 


8 


12.09 


4160 


16 


14.56 


3374 


15 


12.48 


1 


2 


445 


1 


1.91 


2345 


10 


10.55 


2831 


15 


13.02 


2423 


10 


11.63 


2 


3 


359 




1.62 


1912 


8 


8.80 


2379 


13 


11.18 


2085 


10 


10.22 


3 


4 


291 


2 


1.34 


1557 


7 


7.32 


1989 


10 


9.55 


1783 


14 


8.92 


4 


5 


222 


2 


1.02 


1245 


2 


5.98 


1647 


3 


8.07 


1474 


5 


7.66 


5 


6 


163 


1 


.77 


1017 


1 


4.88 


1398 


7 


6.85 


1221 


7 


6.47 


6 


7 


118 




.55 


786 


4 


3.85 


1151 


6 


5.76 


1019 


8 


5.50 


7 


8 


89 




.42 


613 


1 


3.00 


916 


4 


4.58 


851 


8 


4.68 


8 


9 


67 




.32 


499 


1 


2.45 


751 


3 


3.83 


697 


4 


3.97 


9 


10 


46 




.22 


394 


2 


1.93 


590 


4 


3.07 


567 


5 


3.35 


10 


11 


33 




.16 


286 


2 


1.43 


457 


6 


2.42 


425 


6 


2.64 


11 


12 


27 


1 


.13 


237 




1.19 


376 




2.03 


339 




2.24 


12 


13 


22 


1 


.11 


214 


1 


1.09 


325 


'7 


1.79 


286 




2.00 


13 


14 


18 




.09 


179 


1 


.93 


266 


2 


1.52 


243 




1.82 


14 


15 


15 




.07 


142 




.75 


222 




1.31 


210 




1.68 


15 


16 


12 




.06 


113 




.61 


173 


2 


1.07 


180 




1.53 


16 


17 


9 




.05 


92 




.51 


145 


1 


.96 


161 




1.47 


17 


18 


9 




.05 


75 


1 


.42 


122 


1 


.85 


129 




1.26 


18 


19 


8 




.04 


60 




.35 


104 


1 


.78 


106 




1.12 


19 


20 


8 




.04 


41 




.25 


79 


1 


.63 


74 




.85 


20 


21 


4 




.02 


16 




.10 


31 




.26 


29 




.36 


21 


22 


4 




.02 


14 


1 


.10 


17 


1 


.15 


17 


, . 


.23 


22 


23 


2 




.01 


7 




.05 


11 




.11 


12 


. . 


.18 


23 


24 


2 




.01 


3 




.02 


5 




.05 


7 




.11 


24 


1—5 


1986 


8 


7.96 


10722 


35 


44.74 


13006 


57 


56.38 


11139 


54 


50.91 


1-5 


6-24 


656 


3 


3.14 


4788 


15 


23.91 


7139 


46 


38.02 


6573 


53 


41.46 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


2042 


8 


8.37 


1215 


11 


5.71 


604 


4 


3.87 


304 


3 


2.77 


1 


2 


1497 


20 


7.78 


885 


12 


5.66 


476 


2 


4.19 


246 


5 


3.08 


2 


3 


1272 


15 


6.87 


749 


12 


5.17 


420 


4 


3.99 


216 


5 


2.98 


3 


4 


1080 


10 


6.16 


642 


8 


4.82 


361 


5 


3.75 


186 


3 


2.79 


4 


5 


891 


10 


5.26 


535 


8 


4.28 


297 


9 


3.36 


156 


1 


2.54 


5 


6 


739 


9 


4.58 


437 


7 


3.71 


244 


2 


2.98 


129 


7 


2.26 


6 


7 


606 


6 


4.00 


355 


6 


3.23 


203 


3 


2.68 


106 


7 


2.01 


7 


8 


517 


4 


3.62 


300 


4 


2.94 


174 


4 


2.49 


76 




1.57 


8 


9 


429 


1 


3.22 


244 


1 


2.59 


142 


4 


2.19 


63 


3 


1.42 


9 


10 


359 


4 


2.87 


187 


2 


2.15 


115 


3 


1.92 


50 


2 


1.24 


10 


11 


272 


3 


2.31 


143 


4 


1.79 


87 




1.57 


35 


2 


.95 


11 


12 


220 


4 


2.00 


118 


1 


1.59 


74 


3 


1.45 


27 




.81 


12 


13 


188 


1 


1.84 


103 


5 


1.50 


64 




1.37 


24 




.79 


13 


14 


160 


1 


1.70 


90 


2 


1.42 


57 


2 


1.33 


23 


1 


.84 


14 


15 


132 


1 


1.52 


75 


1 


1.28 


42 


1 


1.08 


17 


1 


.68 


15 


16 


104 


1 


1.30 


57 


2 


1.05 


31 


2 


.88 


14 


2 


.62 


16 


17 


83 




1.12 


47 


1 


.94 


28 




.87 


11 


1 


.53 


17 


18 


69 




1.01 


39 




.85 


20 




.69 


8 


1 


.42 


18 


19 


54 


1 


.85 


32 


1 


.77 


18 


1 


.68 


7 


1 


.41 


19 


20 


41 




.70 


22 


2 


.58 


14 




.58 


4 




.25 


20 


21 


22 




.41 


8 


1 


.23 


8 




.37 


4 




.27 


21 


22 


12 




.24 


6 




.19 


6 




.30 


3 




.22 


22 


23 


7 




.15 


5 




.18 


1 




.06 


1 




.08 


23 


24 


3 




.07 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 








24 


1—5 


6782 


63 


34.44 


4026 


51 


25.64 


2158 


24 


19.16 


1108 


17 


14.16 


1-5 


6-24 


4017 


36 


33.51 


2269 


40 


27.03 


1329 


25 


23.55 


602 


28 


15.37 


6-24 



96 



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TABLE III (Continued) 

FURNACES AND ROLLING MILLS: FORGEMEN, FOUNDRYMEN AND MOLDERS, 
EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



140 

119 

110 

91 

83 
72 
59 
47 
39 
30 
21 
15 
15 
15 
12 
6 
5 

9 
1 



543 
339 



Actual 
Deaths 



6 
12 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.71 

1.88 

2.01 

1.83 

1.82 

1.73 

1.56 

1.37 

1.25 

1.06 

.82 

.64 

.71 

.77 

.68 

.37 

.33 

.14 

.08 



9.25 
11.51 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



66 

57 

48 

37 

33 

28 

21 

17 

15 

14 

13 

7 

6 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



241 
131 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.06 
1.16 
1.15 
.98 
.96 
.90 
.74 
.66 
.64 
.66 
.67 
.40 
.37 
.20 
.14 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 



5.31 
5.84 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



28 
27 

26 

21 

17 

15 

13 

11 

9 

6 

3 

7 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



119 
66 



.57 
.74 
.83 
.74 
.66 
.64 
.61 
.57 
.51 
.37 
.20 
.14 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



3.54 
3.75 



13 

11 

11 

10 

7 

5 

3 

1 

1 

1 



Actual 
Deaths 



52 
11 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



2.32 
.87 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Eifposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


8492 


27 


28.72 


94 


5416 


23 


20.85 


110 


1819 


15 


9.58 


157 


1 


2 


5621 


26 


25.48 


102 


3920 


30 


19.41 


155 


1361 


14 


9.85 


142 


2 


3 


4650 


21 


21.60 


97 


3357 


25 


17.09 


146 


1169 


16 


9.16 


175 


3 


4 


3837 


19 


18.21 


104 


2863 


24 


15.08 


159 


1003 


13 


8.57 


152 


4 


5 


3114 


7 


15.07 


46 


2365 


15 


12.92 


116 


832 


17 


7.64 


223 


5 


1—5 


25714 


100 


109.08 


92 


17921 


117 


85.35 


137 


6184 


75 


44.80 


167 


1—5 


6—7 


4633 


19 


22.66 


84 


3585 


30 


20.55 


146 


1239 


18 


12.60 


143 


6—7 


8-10 


3965 


15 


19.82 


76 


3420 


26 


21.71 


120 


1162 


18 


14.28 


126 


8-10 


11-15 


2819 


21 


15.02 


140 


2475 


25 


19.75 


127 


853 


19 


14.38 


132 


11-15 


16-24 


1166 


9 


7.57 


119 


1110 


8 


12.96 


62 


344 


10 


9.32 


107 


16-24 


1-24 


38297 


164 


174.15 


94 


28511 


206 


160.32 


128 


9782 


140 


95.38 


147 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


)-59 






60 a 


ad over 






All Ag< 


:s at Entry 






Insur- 






Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


/o 


Years 


1 


510 


6 


5.54 


108 


41 




.93 




16278 


71 


65.62 


108 


1 


2 


422 


7 


6.12 


114 


38 




1.20 




11362 


77 


62.06 


124 


2 


3 


374 


11 


6.14 


179 


37 




1.38 




9587 


73 


55.37 


132 


3 


4 


314 


3 


5.60 


54 


31 


2 


1.28 


156 


8048 


61 


48.74 


125 


4 


5 


272 


3 


5.32 


56 


24 


1 


1.07 


93 


6607 


43 


42.02 


102 


5 


1—5 


1892 


30 


28.72 


104 


171 


3 


5.86 


51 


51882 


325 


273.81 


119 


1—5 


6 7 


415 


17 


9.20 


185 


36 


2 


1.79 


112 


9908 


86 


66.80 


129 


6—7 


8-10 


351 


8 


9.87 


81 


29 


1 


1.78 


56 


8927 


68 


67.46 


101 


8-10 


11-15 
16-24 


235 


12 


9.47 


127 


8 


1 


.59 


169 


6390 


78 


59.21 


132 


11-15 


71 


9 


4.18 


215 


4 




.46 




2695 


36 


34.49 


104 


16-24 


1-24 


2964 


76 


61.44 


124 


248 


7 


10.48 


67 


79802 


593 


501.77 


118 


1-24 



97 



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38. BLAST FURNACES AND ROLLING MILLS: ROLLING MILL EMPLOYEES (HOT IRON WORKERS 




ONLY) EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 






Insur- 


Kxposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


159 


1 


.49 


1052 


2 


3.47 


1596 


11 


5.59 


1453 


3 


5.38 


1 


2 


106 


1 


.46 


647 


3 


2.91 


1118 


3 


5.14 


1058 


5 


5.08 


2 


3 


91 


1 


.41 


529 


1 


2.43 


962 


2 


4.52 


926 


5 


4.54 


3 


4 


72 




.33 


436 




2.05 


815 


6 


3.91 


790 


4 


3.95 


4 


5 


62 




.29 


347 


A 


1.67 


674 


6 


3.30 


670 


6 


3.48 


5 


6 


39 




.18 


273 




1.31 


573 


3 


2.81 


574 


4 


■ 3.04 


6 


7 


33 




.16 


217 


f 
J. 


1.06 


468 


2 


2.34 


484 


1 


2.61 


7 


8 


23 




.11 


164 


] 


.80 


379 


1 


1.90 


395 


, . 


2.17 


8 


9 


15 




.07 


130 




.64 


291 


1 


1.48 


321 


3 


1.83 


9 


10 


8 




.04 


99 




.49 


239 


3 


1.24 


270 


2 


1.59 


10 


11 


5 




.02 


69 




.35 


176 


1 


.93 


197 


2 


1.22 


11 


12 


4 




.02 


56 




.28 


147 


1 


.79 


155 


2 


1.02 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


48 




.24 


131 




.72 


135 


. . 


.95 


13 


14 


2 




.01 


41 




.21 


116 




.66 


115 


, , 


.86 


14 


15 


1 




.00 


32 




.17 


97 




.57 


93 


, . 


.74 


15 


16 








26 




.14 


81 




.50 


81 


. . 


.69 


16 


17 








23 




.13 


71 




.47 


76 


2 


.69 


17 


18 








19 




.11 


63 




.44 


64 


2 


.63 


18 


19 








15 




.09 


51 




.38 


51 




.54 


19 


20 








13 




.08 


39 




.31 


35 




.40 


20 


21 








6 




.04 


14 




.12 


17 




.21 


21 


22 








6 




.04 


6 




.05 


8 




.11 


22 


23 








4 




.03 


3 




.03 


4 




.06 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


3 




.05 


24 


1—5 


49C 


) 


i 1.9£ 


3011 


1( 


) 12.53 


5165 


28 


22.46 


4897 


23 


22.43 


1-5 


6-24 


13: 


i 


.62 


1242 


I 


t 6.22 


2946 


17 


15.75 


3078 


18 


19.41 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



976 

704 

616 

516 

433 

355 

293 

247 

196 

162 

124 

107 

85 

72 

66 

54 

47 

42 

34 

26 

10 

1 

1 

3245 
1922 



Actual 
Deaths 



21 
16 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



4.00 
3.66 

3.33 

2.94 

2.55 

2.20 

1.93 

1.73 

1.47 

1.30 

1.05 

.97 

.83 

.76 

.76 

.68 

.63 

.61 

.54 

.44 

.19 

.02 

.02 

16.48 
16.13 



559 

419 

364 

295 

256 

219 

183 

146 

128 

103 

72 

52 

40 

40 

33 

23 

22 

20 

17 

12 

6 

1 

1 

1 

1893 

1119 



Actual 
Deaths 



12 

24 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.63 
2.68 
2.51 
2.21 
2.05 
1.86 
1.67 



1.43 
1.36 
1.18 
.90 
.70 
.58 
.63 
.56 
.43 
.44 
.44 
.41 
.32 
.17 
.03 
.04 
.04 

12.08 

13.19 



Exposed 
to Risk 



284 
211 

180 

149 

125 

104 

88 

68 

52 

43 

32 

27 

27 

23 

20 

15 

14 

13 

6 

4 

3 

1 



949 
540 



Actual 
Deaths 



15 

18 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.82 
1.86 
1.71 

1.55 
1.41 
1.27 
1.16 
.97 
.80 
.72 
.58 
.53 
.58 
.54 
.51 
.42 
.44 
.45 
.23 
.17 
.14 
.05 



8.35 
9.56 



100 

84 

75 

60 

53 

43 

31 

23 

22 

20 

12 

8 

6 

2 



372 
177 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.91 
1.05 
1.04 
.90 
.86 
.75 
.59 
.47 
.50 
.49 
.33 
.24 
.20 
.07 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.09 

4.76 

4.25 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



98 



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$8. BLAST FURNACES AND ROLLING MILLS: ROLLING MILL EMPLOYEES (HOT IRON WORKERS 

ONLY) EXCLUDING FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 



Ages at Entry 


54-56 






57-59 




60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


49 


, . 


.60 


22 






.35 


14 




.29 


7 






.18 


1 


2 


39 


, . 


.62 


20 


1 




.41 


11 




.30 


7 






.25 


2 


3 


36 


1 


.66 


16 


2 




.38 


9 




.29 


7 






.30 


3 


4 


32 


1 


.64 


9 






.24 


8 


1 


.28 


5 






.24 


4 


5 


28 




.61 


9 






.26 


5 




.20 


5 






.26 


5 


6 


22 


1 


.53 


8 






.26 


4 




.17 


5 






.28 


6 


7 


20 




.53 


6 






.21 


4 




.19 


4 






.25 


7 


8 


17 




.49 


5 






.20 


4 




.21 


4 






.27 


8 


9 


11 




.35 


4 






.17 


3 




.17 


3 






.22 


9 


10 


9 


2 


.32 


4 






.19 








3 






.23 


10 


11 


6 




.23 


4 






.21 




_ 




1 






.08 


11 


12 


6 




.26 


3 






.17 








1 






.09 


12 


13 


4 




.19 


3 






.19 
















13 


14 


3 




.15 


3 






.20 
















14 


15 


2 




.11 


2 






.14 
















15 


16 


2 




.12 








.08 
















16 


17 


2 




.13 
























17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


18 


2 




.14 
























19 


2 




.16 
























20 
21 
22 

23 
24 






.08 
























1—5 


184 


2 


3.13 


76 


3 




1.64 


4' 


7 1 


1.36 


31 






1.23 


1—5 


6-24 


109 


5 


3.79 


43 


3 




2.02 


L 


5 1 


.74 


21 






1.42 


6-24 










SYNOPSIS 


Ages at 


Entry 




15-29 






30 


-39 1 


40-49 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposec 
to Risk 


Actua 
Death 


Expected 
s Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


280 


7 1 


4 9.5 


5 147 


2429 


10 


9.38 


107 


843 


6 


4.45 


135 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


187 

152 
132 
lOS 


1 
2 
3 
3 ] 


7 8.5 

5 7.2 

6 6.2 
5.2 


1 82 
6 68 
9 95 
6 190 


1762 
1542 
1306 
1103 


9 

8 

11 

6 


8 
7 

e 
e 


.74 
.87 
.89 
.03 
!.91 
».78 
).09 
).16 
5.51 

l:.45 


103 
102 
160 
100 


630 
544 

444 
381 


5 

5 
8 
3 


4.54 
4.22 
3.76 
3.46 


110 

118 

213 

87 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1 94. 


86t 
16C 
134 

44 
129f 


6 4 
)3 

t8 
!8 

1:2 

37 t 


[2 36.S 
7 7.i 

6 6.: 

4 4.« 
4 2.t 
53 59.. 


)7 114 
i6 89 

n 89 

)8 80 
)8 134 
56 106 


8142 
1706 
1591 
1149 
554 
13142 


44 

9 

10 

8 

7 

78 


3S 
c 

1( 

c 

( 

7^ 


113 

92 

99 

87 

108 

105 


2842 
594 
540 
366 
159 

4501 


27 
9 
11 
12 
10 
69 


20.43 
5.96 
6.46 
6.11 
4.22 

43.18 


132 
151 
170 
196 
237 
16C 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Expose 
to Risk 


i Actua 
Death 


50-59 

1 Expected 
s Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60 at 

Actual 
Deaths 


id over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Expo<!ed 
to Risk 


AUAg 

Actual 
Deaths 


es at Entry 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


i: 


a 


2 l.i 


36 108 


21 
18 
16 
13 
10 




.47 

55 




6271 

442^ 


32 

[ 23 


25.71 

24.42 


12'^ 
9^ 


1 

2 


2 


l'^ 


1:3 


2 2.( 


38 96 


* ■ 


S9 




3811 


21 


22.12 


9. 


5 3 


3 


i: 


27 


3 2.( 


38 144 
78 169 
73 173 




52 


192 


318' 


I 29 


19.24 


15 


I 4 


4 


i( 


)1 


3 1. 
3 1- 


.46 




266' 


J 22 


16.94 


13( 


3 5 

7 1 C 


5 
1—5 


6: 


52 


13 9. 


53 136 


78 

17 

17 

2 




2.59 
89 


39 


2036( 
405( 


) 127 
3 27 


108.43 
27.36 


11 
9 


/ 1 3 

9 6—7 


6—7 


i: 


50 


2 2. 


B7 70 




1 10 


91 


361 


1 3C 


) 27.60 


10 


9 8-10 


8-10 


1 


L5 


2 3. 


18 63 


.17 




251( 


3 2S 


) 23.15 


12 


5 11-15 


11-15 


9f 


55 
19 
51 


5 2. 

2 1. 

24 19. 


73 183 
28 156 
59 123 


' ' 




117' 


i 2: 


i 14.99 


15 


3 16-24 


16-24 
1-24 


114 


2 


4.75 


42 


3170 


5 23( 


, 201.53 


11 


7 1-24 



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MANAGERS OF MINES, WHO OCCASIONALLY GO UNDERGROUND ( 


EXCLUDING COAL MINES) 


Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


14 




.04 


376 


2 


1.24 


936 


5 


3.28 


970 


6 


3.59 


1 


2 


8 




.03 


271 


1 


1.22 


704 


2 


3.24 


702 


5 


3.37 


2 


3 


7 




.03 


238 


2 


1.09 


613 


3 


2.88 


602 


5 


2.95 


3 


4 


7 




.03 


197 


1 


.93 


531 


5 


2.55 


531 


2 


2.66 


4 


5 


6 




.03 


168 


3 


.81 


464 


1 


2.27 


471 


5 


2.45 


5 


6 


6 




.03 


131 


1 


.63 


381 


2 


1.87 


410 


3 


2.17 


6 


7 


1 




.00 


110 


2 


.54 


304 


2 


1.52 


345 


2 


1.86 


7 


8 


1 




.00 


84 


1 


.41 


261 


2 


1.31 


301 


3 


1.66 


8 


9 


1 




.00 


66 


2 


.32 


231 




1.18 


256 


2 


1.46 


9 


10 


1 




.00 


48 




.24 


195 


2 


1.01 


222 


2 


1.31 


10 


11 


1 




.00 


38 




.19 


155 


2 


.82 


192 


2 


1.19 


11 


12 


1 




.00 


33 




.17 


130 


1 


.70 


161 


1 


1.06 


12 


13 


1 




.00 


25 


1 


.13 


115 




.63 


146 


1 


1.02 


13 


14 


1 




.00 


22 




.11 


98 




.56 


133 


3 


1.00 


14 


15 


1 




.00 


20 


1 


.11 


89 


2 


.53 


114 


1 


.91 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


17 




.09 


77 




.48 


99 


2 


.84 


16 


17 


1 




.01 


17 




.09 


68 




.45 


80 




.73 


17 


18 








14 




.08 


56 




.39 


62 


1 


.61 


18 


19 










10 




.06 


36 




.27 


49 


, , 


.52 


19 


20 










9 




.05 


27 




.22 


45 


1 


.52 


20 


21 










6 




.04 


16 




.14 


20 




.25 


21 


22 










5 




.03 


8 




.07 


15 




.20 


22 


23 










4 




.03 


2 




.02 


12 




.18 


23 


24 










3 




.02 


1 




.01 


5 




.08 


24 


1—5 


42 




.16 


1250 


9 


5.29 


3248 


16 


14.22 


3276 


23 


15.02 


1-5 


6-24 


17 




.05 


662 


8 


3.34 


2250 


15 


12.18 


2667 


24 


17.57 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


859 


4 


3.52 


675 


3 


3.17 


430 


4 


2.75 


144 


1 


1.31 


1 


2 


618 


1 


3.21 


467 


9 


2.99 


312 


3 


2.75 


91 




1.14 


2 


3 


532 


4 


2.87 


401 


3 


2.77 


259 


3 


2.46 


77 


1 


1.06 


3 


4 


454 


3 


2.59 


350 


6 


2.63 


227 


1 


2.36 


67 


3 


1.01 


4 


5 


393 


4 


2.32 


291 


1 


2.33 


193 


5 


2.18 


54 


1 


.88 


5 


6 


343 


2 


2.13 


253 


1 


2.15 


157 


5 


1.92 


44 




.77 


6 


7 


312 


1 


2.06 


228 


5 


2.07 


132 




1.74 


39 


1 


.74 


7 


8 


276 


2 


1.93 


198 


3 


1.94 


112 


2 


1.60 


32 




.66 


8 


9 


228 




1.71 


166 


2 


1.76 


93 


3 


1.43 


30 


1 


.68 


9 


10 


200 


3 


1.60 


136 


4 


1.56 


80 


2 


1.34 


25 


1 


.62 


10 


11 


168 


4 


1.43 


109 


1 


1.36 


58 




1.05 


18 


1 


.49 


11 


12 


145 


4 


1.32 


100 


1 


1.35 


50 


1 


.98 


15 




.45 


12 


13 


120 


1 


1.18 


79 




1.15 


45 


2 


.96 


13 




.43 


13 


14 


107 


3 


1.13 


69 


1 


1.09 


39 




.91 


10 




.37 


14 


15 


91 


1 


1.05 


58 


1 


.99 


37 


1 


.95 


10 


1 


.40 


15 


16 


70 


2 


.88 


44 


1 


.81 


23 




.65 


5 




.22 


16 


17 


63 


1 


.85 


35 


1 


.70 


19 




.59 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


55 


1 


.80 


28 




.61 


16 




.55 


3 


1 


.16 


18 


19 


46 


1 


.73 


26 


2 


.62 


12 




.45 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


37 


1 


.63 


20 


1 


.53 


8 




.33 


2 


1 


.13 


20 


21 


16 




.30 


10 


1 


.29 


6 




.27 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


8 




.16 


8 


1 


.26 


5 




.25 








22 


23 


4 




.09 


3 


1 


.11 


5 




.28 








23 


24 


1 




.02 




. . 




3 




.18 








24 


1—5 


2856 


16 


14.51 


2184 


22 


13.89 


1421 


16 


12.50 


433 


6 


5.40 


1-5 


6-24 


2290 


27 


20.00 


1570 


27 


19.35 


900 


17 


16.43 


252 


7 


6.46 


6-24 



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MANAGERS OF MINES, WH O OCCASIONALLY GO UNDERGROUN D (EXCLUDING COAL MINES) 

Ages at Entry " " ~ " 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



73 
50 

39 

36 

32 

26 

24 

20 

16 

16 

13 

12 

11 

11 

8 

6 

4 

4 

2 



230 

174 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.89 
.79 

.71 

.72 
.70 
.62 
.63 
.58 
.51 
.57 
.51 
.51 
.52 
.57 
.45 
.37 
.27 
.29 
.16 
.08 



3.81 
6.64 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



40 

26 
20 
1 

13 
11 
8 
6 
6 
3 
2 
2 
1 



117 
40 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.64 
.53 
.48 
.48 
.38 
.35 
.28 
.23 
.26 
.14 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 



2.51 
1.60 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



18 
13 

13 
9 
6 
5 
5 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



59 
28 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.37 
.36 
.42 
.32 
.23 
.21 
.24 
.21 
.17 
.12 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 



1.70 
1.80 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



18 
11 
11 

8 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 
2 
1 



54 
20 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.49 

.44 
.52 
.44 
.34 
.28 
.25 
.27 
.29 
.16 
.08 



2.23 
1.33 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1326 
983 
858 
735 
638 


7 

3 
5 
6 
4 


4.56 
4.49 

4.00 
3.51 
3.11 


154 
67 
125 
171 
129 


1829 

1320 

1134 

985 

864 


10 
6 

9 

5 
9 


7.11 
6.58 
5.82 
5.25 
4.77 


141 
91 

155 
95 

189 


1105 
779 
660 

577 
484 


7 
12 
6 
7 
6 


5.92 

5.74 
5.23 
4.99 
4.51 


118 
209 
115 
140 
133 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4540 
933 
888 
730 

378 


25 

7 
7 
7 
2 


19.67 
4.59 
4.47 
3.95 
2.56 


127 
153 
157 
177 
78 


6132 
1410 
1483 
1377 
687 


39 
8 
12 
21 
10 


29.53 
8.22 
9.67 

11.29 
8.39 


132 
97 
124 
186 
119 


3605 
770 
785 
644 
271 


38 

11 

16 

8 

9 


26.39 
7.88 
9.63 

10.79 

7.48 


144 
140 
166 
74 
120 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7469 


48 


35.24 


136 


11089 


90 


67.10 


134 


6075 


82 


62.17 


132 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Vears 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


257 

167 

136 

121 

99 


5 
2 

3 
4 

1 


2.84 
2.46 
2.25 
2.21 
1.96 


176 

81 

133 

181 

51 


36 

24 
24 
17 

12 


2 

3 

2 

1 


.86 
.80 
.94 
.76 

.57 


233 

319 
263 
175 


4553 

3273 
2812 
2435 
2097 


31 
23 
26 

24 
21 


21.29 
20.07 
18.24 
16.72 
14.92 


146 
115 
143 
144 
141 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


780 
152 
154 
127 
33 


15 
4 
4 
6 
4 


11.72 
3.39 

4.25 
5.04 
2.02 


128 
118 
94 
119 
198 


113 

19 

19 

6 

4 


8 
1 
4 
1 
1 


3.93 
.98 

1.22 
.47 
.46 


204 
102 
328 
213 
217 


15170 
3284 
3329 
2884 
1373 


125 
31 
43 
43 
26 


91.24 
25.06 
29.24 
31.54 
20.91 


137 
124 
147 
136 

124 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1246 


33 


26.42 


125 


161 


15 


7.06 


212 


26040 


268 


197.99 


135 


1-24 































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SUPERVISION: SUPERINTENDENTS AND MANAGERS OF COAL MINE; 
WHO OCCASIONALLY GO UNDERGROUND 


Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


] 




.oc 


) 90 




.30 


230 


1 


.81 


341 


, . 


1.26 


1 


2 








62 




.28 


162 


1 


.75 


271 


2 


1.30 


2 


3 








55 




.25 


142 




.67 


238 


3 


1.17 


3 


4 








48 




.23 


131 




.63 


210 


3 


1.05 


4 


5 








41 




.20 


111 




.54 


180 


, , 


.94 


5 


6 








36 




.17 


89 




.44 


154 


, , 


.82 


6 


7 








27 




.13 


71 




.36 


136 


2 


.73 


7 


8 








25 




.12 


62 




.31 


119 


2 


.65 


8 


9 








19 




.09 


53 




.27 


106 


1 


.60 


9 


10 








15 




.07 


45 




.23 


95 




.56 


10 


11 








15 




.08 


40 




.21 


82 


2 


.51 


11 


12 








14 




.07 


36 




.19 


67 


1 


.44 


12 


13 








13 




.07 


32 




.18 


60 




.42 


13 


14 








12 




.06 


27 




.15 


51 




.38 


14 


15 








12 




.06 


24 




.14 


44 




.35 


15 


16 








8 




.04 


19 




.12 


36 


1 


.31 


16 


17 








6 




.03 


16 




.11 


30 




.27 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


14 




.10 


26 




.25 


18 


19 








4 




.02 


12 




.09 


18 




.19 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


8 




.06 


10 




.12 


20 


21 








2 




.01 


5 




.04 


6 




.08 


21 


22 








1 




.01 


3 




.03 


5 




.07 


22 


23 














3 




.03 


5 


1 


.07 


23 


24 














3 




.03 


2 


1 


.03 


24 


1—5 




1 


.0( 


) 296 




1.26 


776 


3 


3.40 


1240 


8 


5.72 


1-5 


6-24 








217 




1.08 


562 


3 


3.09 


1052 


11 


6.85 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


405 


2 


1.66 


306 


1 


1.44 


187 


1 


1.20 


71 




.65 


1 


2 


320 


1 


1.66 


245 


3 


1.57 


155 




1.36 


51 




.64 


2 


3 


292 


3 


1.58 


224 


1 


1.55 


141 


2 


1.34 


47 




.65 


3 


4 


267 


1 


1.52 


197 


1 


1.48 


126 


1 


1.31 


42 




.63 


4 


5 


236 


2 


1.39 


170 


4 


1.36 


112 


1 


1.27 


37 




.60 


5 


6 


207 


2 


1.28 


138 


2 


1.17 


98 




1.20 


33 




.58 


6 


7 


174 


1 


1.15 


119 


3 


1.08 


87 




1.15 


30 




.57 


7 


8 


151 


3 


1.06 


101 




.99 


77 


1 


1.10 


26 




.54 


8 


9 


131 




.98 


80 


2 


.85 


70 


2 


1.08 


24 




.54 


9 


10 


120 


1 


.96 


60 


1 


.69 


61 




1.02 


21 




.52 


10 


11 


99 


1 


.84 


53 




.66 


45 


1 


.81 


15 




.41 


11 


12 


80 




.73 


43 


1 


.58 


39 




.76 


14 




.42 


12 


13 


71 


1 


.70 


36 




.53 


36 


2 


.77 


10 




.33 


13 


14 


66 




.70 


36 




.57 


32 


1 


.75 


9 




.33 


14 


15 


59 


1 


.68 


29 




.50 


28 




.72 


6 




.24 


15 


16 


49 




.61 


26 


1 


.48 


23 




.65 


4 




.18 


16 


17 


44 


1 


.59 


23 


1 


.46 


18 




.56 


4 




.19 


17 


18 


37 


2 


.54 


19 


2 


.42 


15 


1 


.52 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


28 




.44 


11 




.26 


9 




.34 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


25 




.43 


7 




.18 


6 


1 


.25 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


11 




.20 


5 




.15 


3 




.14 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


7 




.14 


4 




.13 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


3 




.07 


2 




.07 














23 


24 


2 




.05 


1 




.04 




. . 




, . 




. . 


24 


1—5 


1520 


9 


7.81 


1142 


10 


7.40 


721 


5 


6.48 


248 


2 


3.17 


1-5 


6-24 


1364 


13 


12.15 


793 


13 


9.81 


648 


9 


11.87 


203 


5 


5.26 


6-24 



102 



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Ages at Entry 54.55 



TABLE III (Continued) 
''''''''l'SS''J^^^S);rii^-'^^^li--U^^O^,S OF COAL 



MINES, 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

[20 

121 

122 

[23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



41 

31 

28 

22 

19 

17 

15 

13 

11 

11 

10 

7 

5 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



141 
100 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.50 
.49 

.51 
.44 
.42 
.41 
.40 
.38 
.35 
.39 
.39 
.30 
.24 
.15 
.11 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



2.36 
3.57 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



17 
13 
12 
10 

9 

8 
7 
6 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
3 



61 
56 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.27 
.27 

.29 
.26 
.26 
.26 
.25 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.21 
.23 
.19 
.20 
.14 
.16 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 



1.35 
2.91 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



7 
10 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 

.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.21 

.65 



Actual 
Deaths 



21 
37 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 

.14 
.17 
.19 
.21 
.23 
.25 
.27 
.29 
.31 
.25 
.28 
.30 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.14 
.15 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



.84 
3.17 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Rat 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


321 


1 


1.11 


90 


746 


2 


2.92 




68 493 


2 


2.64 


76 


1 


2 


224 


1 


1.03 


97 


591 


3 


2.96 


1 


01 400 


3 


2.93 


102 


2 


3 


197 


. . 


.92 




530 


6 


2.75 


2 


18 365 


3 


2.89 


104 


3 


4 


179 




.86 




477 


4 


2.57 


1 


56 323 


2 


2.79 


72 


4 


5 


152 


1 


. 74 


135 


416 


2 


2.33 




86 282 


5 


2.63 


190 


5 


1—5 


1073 


3 


4.66 


64 


2760 


17 


13.53 


1 


26 1863 


15 


13.88 


108 


1—5 


6—7 


223 




1.10 




671 


5 


3.98 


1 


26 442 


5 


4.60 


109 


6—7 


8-10 


219 


1 


1.09 


92 


722 


7 


4.81 


1 


46 449 


6 


5.73 


105 


8-10 


11-15 


225 


2 


1.21 


165 


679 


6 


5.75 


1 


04 377 


5 


6.65 


75 


11-15 


16-24 


112 




.77 




344 


6 


4.46 


1 


35 173 


6 


4.70 


128 


16-24 


1-24 


1852 


6 


8.83 


68 


5176 


41 


32.53 


1 


26 3304 


37 


35.56 


104 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5C 


-59 






60 ai 


id over 






AllAg€ 


s at Entry 






Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratic 
% 


> Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


129 


3 


1.42 


211 


7 




.17 




1696 


8 


8.26 


97 


1 


2 


95 




1.40 




6 






.20 




1316 


7 


8.52 


82 


2 


3 


87 


2 


1.45 


138 


5 






.20 




1184 


11 


8.21 


134 


3 


4 


74 


2 


1.33 


150 


5 






.23 




1058 


8 


7.78 


103 


4 


5 


65 




1.28 




5 






.25 




920 


8 


7.23 


111 


5 


1—5 


450 


7 


6.88 


102 


28 






1.05 




6174 


42 


40.00 


105 


1—5 


6—7 


110 


3 


2.47 


121 


10 






.57 




1456 


13 


12.72 


102 


6—7 


8-10 


124 


1 


3.49 


29 


15 


1 


1.04 




)6 1529 


16 


16.16 


99 


8-10 


11-15 


97 


5 


3.89 


129 


18 


1 


1.67 




)0 1396 


19 


19.17 


99 


11-15 


16-24 


28 


3 


1.89 


159 


4 


1 


.54 


u 


i5 661 


16 


12.36 


129 


16-24 


1-24 


809 


19 


18.62 


102 


75 


3 


4.87 




2 11216 


106 


100.41 


106 


1-24 



103 



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41. SURFACE MINES— PLACER, DRIFT, HYDRAULIC 


ETC.: FOREMEN AND BOSSES 




Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


4 




.01 


47 


.16 


77 




3 .27 


133 


.49 


1 


2 


3 




.01 


29 


.13 


43 




.2C 


97 


1 .47 


2 


3 


3 




.01 


23 


1 .11 


38 




.n 


84 


.41 


3 


4 


3 




.01 


19 


.09 


31 




2 .15 


77 


.39 


4 


5 


2 




.01 


16 


.08 


25 




.12 


72 


.37 


5 


6 


2 




.01 


14 


.07 


21 




.IC 


65 


.34 


6 


7 








12 


.06 


14 




.07 


47 


.25 


7 


8 








10 


.05 


12 




.06 


43 


.24 


8 


9 








7 


.03 


8 




.04 


33 


.19 


9 


10 








6 


.03 


6 




.03 


28 


.17 


10 


11 








4 


.02 


4 




.02 


19 


.12 


11 


12 








3 


.02 


2 




.01 


17 


.11 


12 


13 








3 


.02 


2 




.01 


14 


.10 


13 


14 








3 


.02 


1 




.01 


12 


1 .09 


14 


15 








2 


.01 


1 




.01 


11 


.09 


15 


16 








1 


.01 








7 


.06 


16 


17 








1 


.01 










6 


.05 


17 


18 








1 


.01 










4 


.04 


18 


19 








1 


.01 










3 


.03 


19 


20 




















2 


.02 


20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


1! 


) 


.o; 


) 134 


1 .57 


214 




5 .92 


463 


1 2.13 


1-5 


6-24 


i 


) 


.0] 


[ 68 


.37 


71 




.36 


311 


1 1.90 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



69 

52 

47 

39 

35 

29 

19 

16 

12 

10 

10 

9 

9 

7 

6 

6 

5 

3 

3 

1 



242 
145 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.28 
.27 

.25 
.22 
.21 
.18 
.13 
.11 
.09 
.08 
.09 
.08 
.09 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.07 
.04 
.05 
.02 



1.23 
1.25 



52 

38 

31 

25 

24 

20 

17 

12 

9 

6 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 



170 

74 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.24 

.24 
.21 
.19 
.19 
.17 
.15 
.12 
.09 
.07 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 



1.07 

.75 



29 

25 

24 

19 

18 

15 

12 

11 

9 

7 

6 

4 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 



115 
73 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.19 

.22 
.23 
.20 
.20 
.18 
.16 
.16 
.14 
.12 
.11 
.08 
.06 
.05 
.05 
.03 
.03 



1.04 
1.17 



24 

7 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.02 



.30 
.14 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



104 



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41. SURFACE MINES-PLACER, DRIFT. HYDRAULIC. ETC. 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 

Deaths 



12 
2 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.03 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.21 
.05 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



FOREMEN AND BOSSES 



60-62 



.11 
.04 



.15 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.03 

.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.1 
.26 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 

.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 



.21 
.06 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


128 

75 
64 
53 
43 


3 

1 
2 


.44 

.34 
.30 
.25 
.21 


682 

333 
800 


202 
149 
131 
116 
107 


1 
] 


.77 
.74 

> .66 
.61 

.58 


13^ 
302 
164 


81 
63 

55 

t 44 

42 


1 
1 
1 
1 


.43 
.46 
.44 
.39 
.39 


233 
217 
227 
256 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


363 
63 
49 

25 

4 


6 


1.54 
.31 
.24 
.15 
.04 


390 


705 
160 
142 
114 
40 


4 
] 
] 
1 

1 


[ 3.36 
.90 
.88 
.91 
.46 


lis 

111 

114 

lie 

217 


285 

64 

54 

27 

2 


4 
2 
1 

1 


2.11 
.66 
.70 
.50 
.06 


190 
303 
143 
200 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


504 


6 


2.28 


263 


1161 


i 


! 6.51 


123 


432 


8 


4.03 


199 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


19 
11 

5 
5 
5 


1 


.23 
.17 

.08 
.09 
.09 


435 


3 
2 
2 
2 
2 




.07 

.07 
.07 
.09 
.09 




433 

300 
257 
220 
199 


5 
2 
4 

4 


1.94 
1.78 
1.55 
1.43 
1.36 


258 
112 
258 
280 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


45 
6 
3 




.66 
.13 
.06 


152 


11 

3 
3 




.39 
.15 
.17 




1409 

296 

251 

166 

46 


15 

3 
2 

I 


8.06 
2.15 
2.05 
1.56 
.56 


186 
140 
98 
128 
179 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


54 




.85 


118 


17 




.71 




2168 


23 


14.38 


160 


1-24 



105 



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42. 


SURFACE MINES— PLACER 


DRIFT, 


HYDRAULIC, ETC.: WORKING MINERS 




Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Expose 


d Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


toRis 


t Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


48 


1 


.15 


2t 


)9 1 


.89 


351 




3 1.23 


329 3 1.22 


1 


2 


20 




.09 


i: 


59 


.63 


205 




2 .94 


207 4 .99 


2 


3 


20 




.09 


i: 


!4 2 


.57 


181 




3 .85 


183 3 .90 


3 


4 


11 




.05 


c 


)1 


.43 


157 




1 .75 


158 2 .79 


4 


5 


11 




.05 


i 


^3 1 


.35 


131 




1 .64 


136 1 .71 


5 


6 






.03 




54 


.26 


106 




2 .52 


105 1 .56 


6 


7 






.02 


i 


1:0 2 


.20 


81 




1 .41 


83 2 .45 


7 


8 






.02 


i 


?9 


.14 


62 




2 .31 


67 2 .37 


8 


9 






.01 


I 


?4 


.12 


45 




.23 


52 . . .30 


9 


10 






.OC 


] 


L6 


.08 


26 




.14 


33 .. .19 


10 


11 






.oc 


] 


L2 


.06 


16 




.08 


24 . . .15 


11 


12 






.OC 




7 


.04 


9 




.05 


] 


16 .. .11 


12 


13 






.oc 




4 


.02 


7 




.04 




LI .. .08 


13 


14 










3 


.02 


2 




1 .01 




6 . . .05 


14 


15 














1 




.01 




2 . . .02 


15 


16 














1 




.01 




1 . . .01 


16 


17 














1 




.01 




1 . . .01 


17 


18 














1 




.01 






18 


19 
























19 


20 
























20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


IK 


) 1 


AZ 


6< 


)6 4 


2.87 


1025 


10 4.41 


1013 13 4.61 


1-5 


6-24 


2C 


) 1 


M 


If 


59 2 


.94 


358 




6 1.83 


401 5 2.30 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



212 

141 

126 

108 

94 

72 

58 

35 

27 

24 

14 

9 

7 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



681 
261 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.87 
.73 

.68 
.62 
.55 
.45 
.38 
.25 
.20 
.19 
.12 
.08 
.07 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 



3.45 
1.94 



121 

77 

63 

55 

49 

37 

30 

28 

19 

11 

6 

4 

3 

1 



365 
139 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.57 
.49 
.43 

.41 
.39 
.31 
.27 
.27 
.20 
.13 
.08 
.05 
.04 
.02 



2.29 
1.37 



53 
32 
27 
22 
20 
16 
12 



154 
63 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.34 
.28 
.26 

.23 
.23 
.20 
.16 
.11 
.12 
.10 
.09 
.10 
.02 
.02 
.03 



1.34 
.95 



24 

15 

13 

12 

9 

8 

8 

7 

6 

4 

1 

1 

1 



73 
36 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.22 

.19 
.18 
.18 
.15 
.14 
.15 
.14 
.14 
.10 
.03 
.03 
.03 



.92 
.76 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



106 



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57-59 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 
6 

5 
4 
2 
1 



28 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 

.09 
.09 
.08 
.04 
.02 



.43 
.02 



(Continued) 

HYDRAULIC, ETC.: WORKING MINERS 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
17 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.08 
.10 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.45 
.79 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 
19 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.08 
.09 
.10 



.33 
1.21 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


668 

364 
325 
259 
215 


5 

2 
5 
1 
2 


2.27 
1.66 
1.51 
1.23 
1.04 


220 
120 
331 
81 
192 


541 
348 

309 
266 
230 


4 

5 
4 
3 

1 


2.09 
1.72 
1.58 
1.41 
1.26 


191 
291 
253 
213 
79 


174 

109 

90 

77 
69 


3 

3 

1 

1 
1 


.91 

.77 
.69 
.64 
.62 


330 
390 
145 
156 
161 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1831 

291 

209 

64 

3 


15 
5 
3 
1 


7.71 

1.44 

1.05 

.33 

.03 


195 
347 
286 
303 


1694 

318 

238 

96 

10 


17 
3 
2 
1 


8.06 

1.84 

1.50 

.75 

.15 


211 
163 
133 
133 


519 
95 
80 
27 


9 
3 
4 


3.63 
.94 
.93 

.45 


248 
319 
430 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2398 


24 


10.56 


227 


2356 


23 


12.30 


187 


721 


16 


5.95 


269 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


41 

25 
22 
19 
14 


1 

i 

"1 


.45 
.36 
.37 
.34 
.28 


278 

294 
357 


3 

2 
2 
2 
2 


1 


.06 

.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 


1667 


1427 
848 
748 
623 
530 


13 
11 
10 

6 

5 


5.78 

4.57 
4.21 
3.69 
3.28 


225 
241 
238 
163 
152 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


121 

22 

23 

9 

175 


3 

1 

1 

5 


1.80 
.48 
.64 
.45 

3.37 


167 

156 
222 

148 


11 

4 
6 

8 

1 

30 


1 

i 

2 


.33 
.18 
.33 
.60 
.10 
1.54 


303 

167 
130 


4176 

730 

556 

204 

14 

5680 


45 

11 

10 

4 

70 


21.53 

4.88 

4.45 

2.58 

.28 

33.72 


209 

225 
225 
155 

208 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



107 



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Ages at Entry 



15-19 



20-24 



25-29 



30-34 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



16 
18 



.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.00 
.00 



.05 
.06 



28 

15 

12 

11 

9 

8 

6 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



75 
27 



.09 
.07 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.31 
.15 



73 

50 

38 

29 

24 

19 

14 

13 

11 

10 

7 

7 

7 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

4 

2 

1 



214 
131 



.26 

.23 

.1 

.14 

.12 

.09 

.07 

.07 

.06 

.05 

.04 

.04 

.04 

.03 

.04 

.04 

.04 

.04 

.05 

.03 

.02 

.01 



.93 
.76 



174 

125 

110 

97 

84 

76 

68 

57 

54 

49 

40 

34 

30 

24 

23 

14 

13 

12 

8 

4 



590 
506 



.64 
.60 
.54 
.49 
.44 
.40 
.37 
.31 
.31 
.29 
.25 
.22 
.21 
.18 
.18 
.12 
.12 
.12 
.08 
.05 



2.71 
3.21 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


183 


2 


.75 


138 




.65 


83 


2 


.53 


33 


.30 


1 


2 


131 


1 


.68 


102 


1 


.65 


56 




.49 


25 : 


? .31 


2 


3 


114 


2 


.62 


89 


2 


.61 


52 


1 


.49 


20 ] 


.28 


3 


4 


97 


1 


.55 


73 


1 


.55 


41 


1 


.43 


17 


.26 


4 


5 


87 


1 


.51 


65 


1 


.52 


35 




.40 


14 


.23 


5 


6 


71 




.44 


56 




.48 


30 


1 


.37 


12 


.21 


6 


7 


59 




.39 


47 


2 


.43 


25 




.33 


8 


.15 


7 


8 


53 




.37 


40 


1 


.39 


23 




.33 


5 


.10 


8 


9 


43 




.32 


32 




.34 


18 


1 


.28 


5 


.11 


9 


10 


38 




.30 


28 


1 


.32 


16 




.27 


4 


.10 


10 


11 


34 


2 


.29 


19 




.24 


15 


1 


.27 


4 


.11 


11 


12 


26 




.24 


14 




.19 


12 




.24 


4 


.12 


12 


13 


24 




.24 


14 


2 


.20 


10 




.21 


3 


.10 


13 


14 


18 




.19 


10 




.16 


10 




.23 


2 


.07 


14 


15 


18 




.21 


10 


1 


.17 


9 




.23 


2 


.08 


15 


16 


12 




.15 


6 




.11 


7 




.20 






16 


17 


10 




.14 


6 




.12 


6 


1 


.19 








17 


18 


8 




.12 


4 


1 


.09 


2 


1 


.07 








18 


19 


7 




.11 


1 




.02 


1 


1 


.04 








19 


20 


4 




.07 


1 




.03 














20 


21 








1 




.03 














21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


612 


7 


3.11 


467 


5 


2.98 


267 


4 


2.34 


109 


5 1.38 


1-! 


6-24 


425 


3 


3.58 


289 


8 


3.32 


184 


6 


3.26 


49 


1.15 


6-24 



108 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 

r~ 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
12 
12 
8 
5 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



53 
20 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.20 
.19 

.22 
.16 
.11 
.10 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.07 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.88 
.66 



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57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
5 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 

.06 
.07 
.08 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.32 
.20 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 

.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.31 

.45 



6$ and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


105 
68 
53 
43 
36 


1 
1 

i 


.36 
.31 
.25 
.20 
.17 


278 
323 

588 


357 
256 
224 
194 
171 


4 
1 

2 

1 
3 


1.39 
1.28 
1.16 
1.04 
.95 


28J 
7S 

172 
9€ 

31€ 


! 221 

158 
141 
114 
100 


2 

1 

3 
2 
1 


1.18 
1.14 

1.10 
.98 
.92 


169 
88 
273 
204 
109 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


305 
53 
51 
41 
31 


3 

1 
1 

i 


1.29 
.25 
.25 
.24 
.23 


233 
400 
400 

435 


1202 

274 

294 

271 

92 


11 

1 
1 
5 

1 


5.82 
1.60 
1.90 
2.21 
1.08 


18S 
63 
53 

226 
93 


734 
158 
157 
123 
35 


9 
3 
3 

4 
4 


5.32 
1.61 
1.93 
2.14 
.90 


169 
186 
155 
187 
444 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


481 


6 


2.26 


265 


2133 


19 


12.61 


151 


1207 


23 


11.90 


193 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


52 
40 

35 
28 
21 


1 

2 
2 


.55 
.56 
.57 
.50 
.40 


182 
357 
351 


2 
2 

2 
2 
2 




.04 

.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 




737 
524 
455 
381 
330 


8 

5 
7 
3 
5 


3.52 
3.35 
3.14 
2.79 
2.52 


227 
149 
223 
108 
198 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


176 
29 
25 
20 


5 
1 


2.58 
.61 
.70 
.70 


194 
164 


10 
3 
3 
2 




.31 
.14 
.17 
.14 




2427 
517 
530 
457 
158 


28 
6 
5 
9 
6 


15.32 
4.21 
4.95 
5.43 
2.21 


183 
143 
101 
166 
271 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


250 


6 


4.59 


131 


18 




.76 




4089 


54 


32.12 


168 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 


15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


I Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Yean 


1 


340 


1 1.05 


2090 


] 


7 6.90 


2819 


28 


9.87 


2302 


32 


8.52 


1 


2 


202 


3 .87 


1088 


] 


2 4.90 


1689 


15 


7.77 


1494 


18 


7.17 


2 


3 


175 


4 .79 


937 


] 


2 4.31 


1486 


16 


6.98 


1348 


10 


6.61 


3 


4 


151 


3 .69 


767 




6 3.60 


1248 


7 


5.99 


1159 


12 


5.80 


4 


5 


119 


1 .55 


641 




2 3.08 


1080 


8 


5.29 


1013 


7 


5.27 


5 


6 


94 


1 .44 


565 




3 2.71 


907 


11 


4.44 


889 


16 


4.71 


6 


7 


77 


1 .36 


447 




4 2.19 


732 


8 


3.66 


734 


11 


3.96 


7 


8 


54 


.25 


336 




6 1.65 


589 


5 


2.95 


591 


8 


3.25 


8 


9 


39 


.19 


255 




1 1.25 


463 


5 


2.36 


476 


5 


2.71 


9 


10 


27 


1 .13 


199 




2 .98 


336 


9 


1.75 


359 


11 


2.12 


10 


11 


15 


.07 


118 




.59 


218 


4 


1.16 


250 


1 


1.55 


11 


12 


10 


.05 


78 




1 .39 


167 




.90 


187 


5 


1.23 


12 


13 


6 


.03 


59 




.30 


133 




.73 


128 


1 


.90 


13 


14 


6 


.03 


40 




.21 


103 


3 


.59 


88 


2 


.66 


14 


15 


6 


.03 


30 




.16 


81 


2 


.48 


69 


1 


.55 


15 


16 


3 


.02 


20 




.11 


49 




.30 


41 




.35 


16 


17 


2 


.01 


15 




.08 


43 


1 


.28 


29 


2 


.26 


17 


18 


1 


.01 


11 




.06 


36 


1 


.25 


21 


, . 


.21 


18 


19 


1 


.01 


9 




.05 


30 




.23 


18 


1 


.19 


19 


20 






7 




.04 


20 




.16 


12 


. . 


.14 


20 


21 






2 




.01 


3 




.03 


6 


1 


.08 


21 


22 






1 




.01 


1 




.01 


2 




.03 


22 


23 






1 




.01 








1 


, , 


.01 


23 


24 






1 




.01 














24 


1—5 


987 


12 3.95 


5523 


z 


19 22.79 


8322 


74 


35.90 


7316 


79 


33.37 


1-S 


6-24 


341 


3 1.63 


2194 




L7 10.81 


3911 


49 


20.28 


3901 


65 


22.91 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1635 

1126 

1027 

889 

781 

662 

543 

432 

352 

274 

174 

116 

88 

66 

53 

27 

20 

16 

11 

9 

6 

5 

3 

5458 
2857 



Actual 
Deaths 



13 
15 
20 

7 
11 
15 
9 
7 
7 
4 
9 
4 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 



66 

67 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



6.70 
5.86 

5.55 

5.07 

4.61 

4.10 

3.58 

3.02 

2.64 

2.19 

1.48 

1.06 

.86 

.70 

.61 

.34 

.27 

.23 

.17 

.15 

.11 

.10 

.07 

27.79 
21.68 



857 

610 

539 

463 

399 

344 

265 

212 

164 

133 

94 

76 

55 

38 

28 

17 

14 

12 

8 

7 

2 

1 

1 

2868 
1471 



Actual 
Deaths 



6 

9 

12 

7 
6 
4 
4 
4 
1 

2 
4 
2 
2 
1 



42 
30 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



4.03 

3.90 

3.72 

3.47 

3.19 

2.92 

2.41 

2.08 

1.74 

1.53 

1.18 

1.03 

.80 

.60 

.48 

.31 

.28 

.26 

.19 

.18 

.06 

.03 

.04 

18.31 
16.12 



362 

262 

237 

200 

165 

140 

114 

91 

73 

59 

44 

33 

25 

19 

14 

9 

5 

5 

2 

1 

1 



1226 
635 



Actual 
Deaths 



28 
19 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.32 

2.31 

2.25 

2.08 

1.86 

1.71 

1.50 

1.30 

1.12 

.99 

.80 

.65 

.54 

.44 

.36 

.25 

.16 

.17 

.08 

.04 

.05 



10.82 
10.16 



176 

127 

114 

93 

80 

71 

60 

52 

38 

30 

19 

14 

11 

9 

8 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



590 
320 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.60 

1.59 

1.57 

1.40 

1.30 

1.24 

1.14 

1.07 

.86 

.74 

.52 

.42 

.36 

.33 

.32 

.13 

.05 

.05 

.06 

.06 

.07 



7.46 
7.42 



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Ages at 


44. 

Entry 


UNDERGROUN 

54-56 


fD MINES OTHER TK 

s? en 


[AN COAL MINES: WORKING MINERS 

.» ,» ~i ■ 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

4 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actua 
Death 


1 Expected 
s Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


63 and over 

Actual Expected 1°™"'- 

Deaths Deaths ,^°" 

Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 


54 

44 
39 
32 
29 
24 




1 .66 

.70 

1 .71 

1 .64 

2 .64 
1 .58 


32 
25 
20 

18 
14 
14 


1 

2 

1 


.51 
.51 
.48 
.48 
.41 
.45 


2 


.04 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 


5 

3 
2 
2 
1 
1 


.13 1 
.11 2 
.09 3 
.09 4 
.05 5 
06 6 


20 
14 




.53 
.41 


12 
10 




.42 
.39 








] 
] 




.06 7 
07 8 


11 

8 
3 




.35 
.28 
.12 


7 
4 
2 


2 


.30 
.19 
.10 








] 

] 




.07 9 

1 .08 10 

11 


12 
13 
14 


2 




.09 
.05 
.05 






.06 
.06 
.07 












12 
13 
14 


15 
16 






.06 
.06 






.07 
.08 












15 
16 


17 






.07 






.08 












17 


18 






.07 






.09 












18 


19 






.08 






.10 












19 


20 












.11 












20 


21 










1 


.12 












21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


198 




5 3.35 


109 


4 


2.39 




) 


.18 


13 




.47 1—5 


6-24 


89 




1 2.80 


59 


3 


2.69 




. 


.04 


5 




1 .34 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


5249 
2979 
2598 
2166 
1840 


46 
30 

32 
16 
11 


17.82 
13.54 
12.08 
10.28 
8.92 


258 
222 
265 
156 
123 


3937 
2620 
2375 
2048 
1794 


45 
33 
30 
19 
18 


15.22 

13.03 

12.16 

10.87 

9.88 


296 
253 

247 
175 
182 


1219 

872 
776 
663 
564 


15 

9 
18 
15 
13 


6.35 

6.21 
5.97 
5.55 
5.05 


236 
145 
302 
270 

257 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


14832 

2822 

2298 

1070 

256 


135 

28 

29 

10 

2 


62.64 

13.80 

11.51 

5.72 

1.69 


216 
203 
252 
175 
118 


12774 

2828 

2484 

1219 

227 


145 
51 
42 
29 
10 


61.16 

16.35 

15.93 

9.60 

2.71 


237 
312 
264 
302 
369 


4094 

863 

732 

426 

85 


70 
17 
13 
17 
2 


29.13 
8.54 
8.76 
6.88 
2.10 


240 
199 
148 
247 
95 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


21278 


204 


95.36 


214 


19532 


277 


105.75 


262 


6200 


119 


55.41 


215 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


262 

196 
173 
143 
123 


4 

4 
2 

5 
7 


2.77 
2.80 
2.76 
2.52 
2.35 


144 
143 
72 
198 
298 


7 

4 
3 
3 
2 




.17 
.14 
.12 
.13 
.09 




10674 
6671 
5925 
5023 
4323 


110 
76 
82 
55 
49 


42.33 
35.72 
33.09 
29.35 
26.29 


260 
213 

248 
187 
186 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


897 

201 

174 

75 

18 


22 
4 

11 
2 
2 


13.20 
4.36 
4.59 
2.68 
1.28 


167 
92 

240 
75 

156 


19 

3 
3 


1 


.65 
.16 
.22 


455 


32616 

6717 

5691 

2790 

586 


372 

100 

96 

58 

16 


166.78 
43.21 
41.01 

24.88 
7.78 


223 
231 
234 
233 
207 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1365 


41 


26.11 


157 


25 


1 


1.03 


97 


48400 


642 


283.66 


226 


1-24 



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45. COAL MINES: WORKING COAL MINERS (ANTHRACITE) 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


28 




.OS 


113 


2 


.37 


136 




L .48 


142 


2 


.53 


1 


2 


17 




.0/ 


82 




.37 


92 




L .42 


100 




.48 


2 


3 


11 




.o; 


65 


1 


.30 


77 




.36 


84 




.41 


3 


4 


5 




.02 


49 


1 


.23 


66 




.32 


65 




.33 


4 


5 


1 




.OC 


) 35 




.17 


54 




.26 


54 




.28 


5 


6 








29 




.14 


48 


] 


L .24 


48 




.25 


6 


7 








24 




.12 


42 




.21 


38 




.21 


7 


8 








21 


1 


.10 


38 




.19 


36 




.20 


8 


9 








15 




.07 


34 




.17 


31 




.18 


9 


10 








11 




.05 


31 


2| .16 


26 




.15 


10 


11 








9 




.05 


28 




.15 


23 




.14 


11 


12 








9 




.05 


28 




.15 


23 




.15 


12 


13 








9 




.05 


27 




.15 


23 




.16 


13 


14 








8 




.04 


27 




.15 


21 




.16 


14 


15 








8 




.04 


27 




.16 


20 




.16 


15 


16 








5 




.03 


22 




.14 


14 




.12 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


18 




.12 


13 




.12 


17 


18 








3 




.02 


16 




.11 


12 




.12 


18 


19 








2 




.01 


13 




.10 


10 




.11 


19 


20 








2 




.01 


11 




.09 


8 




.09 


20 


21 














4 




.03 


2 




.03 


21 


22 














4 




.04 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














3 




.03 


1 




.01 


23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


6: 


I 


.2; 


5 344 


4 


1.44 


425 


2 1.84 


445 


3 


2.03 


1-5 


6-24 








160 


2 


.81 


421 


3 2.39 


350 


3 


2.37 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Encc 
Years 


1 


119 


1 


.49 


92 


2 


.43 


69 


3 


.44 


34 




.31 


1 


2 


90 


2 


.47 


67 




.43 


54 




.48 


23 




.29 


2 


3 


75 


1 


.41 


56 




.39 


51 


2 


.48 


20 


1 


.28 


3 


4 


56 


1 


.32 


45 




.34 


37 


1 


.38 


19 




.29 


4 


5 


42 




.25 


42 


1 


.34 


31 


1 


.35 


16 




.26 


5 


6 


36 




.22 


40 


1 


.34 


29 


2 


.35 


16 


1 


.28 


6 


7 


31 




.20 


35 




.32 


26 




.34 


15 




.29 


7 


8 


28 


1 


.20 


32 




.31 


23 


1 


.33 


15 




.31 


8 


9 


26 




.20 


26 


. . 


.28 


16 


2 


.25 


14 




.32 


9 


10 


26 




.21 


24 


1 


.28 


13 




.22 


11 


'2 


.27 


10 


11 


23 


2 


.20 


17 


1 


.21 


9 




.16 


9 


1 


.24 


11 


12 


21 




.19 


15 




.20 


7 




.14 


6 




.18 


12 


13 


20 




.20 


14 




.20 


6 




.13 


6 




.20 


13 


14 


19 




.20 


12 


2 


.19 


6 




.14 


5 


i 


.18 


14 


15 


17 




.20 


10 




.17 


5 


'2 


.13 


4 




.16 


15 


16 


10 


1 


.13 


8 




.15 


3 




.08 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


9 


. , 


.12 


7 




.14 


2 




.06 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


6 




.09 


5 




.11 






.03 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


5 




.08 


5 




.12 


1 




.04 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


3 




.05 


3 




.08 






.04 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


1 


, , 


.02 


1 




.03 






.05 


1 


i 


.07 


21 


22 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 






.05 








22 


23 


1 




.02 




















23 


24 














^ , 












24 


1—5 


382 


5 


1.94 


302 


3 


1.93 


242 


7 


2.13 


112 


1 


1.43 


1-5 


6-24 


283 


4 


2.55 


255 


5 


3.16 


150 


7 


2.54 


111 


6 


2.98 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 
21 
17 

13 

12 

12 

10 

8 

7 

7 

5 

5 

3 

3 

3 

2 



85 
65 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.27 
.33 

.31 
.26 
.26 
.29 
.26 
.23 
.22 
.25 
.20 
.21 
.14 
.15 
.17 
.12 



1.43 

2.24 



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MINES: WORKING COAL MINERS (ANTHRACITE) 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



25 
7 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.12 
.12 
.13 
.09 
.10 
.07 
.04 
.04 



.56 
.25 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.03 
.03 

.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.18 
.09 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


277 
191 
153 
120 
90 


3 

1 
1 
1 


.94 
.86 
.71 
.57 
.43 


319 
116 
141 
175 


261 
190 
159 
121 
96 


3 
2 

1 
2 


1.02 
.95 

.82 
.65 
.53 


294 
211 
122 
308 


161 
121 
107 

82 
73 


5 

2 
1 

2 


.87 

.91 

.87 
.72 
.69 


575 

230 
139 
290 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


831 
143 
150 
180 
108 


6 

1 
4 


3.51 
.71 
.74 
.99 
.76 


171 
141 
541 


827 
153 
173 
210 
97 


8 
1 
2 
3 
1 


3.97 
.88 
1.14 
1.76 
1.14 


202 
114 
175 
170 
88 


544 
130 
134 
101 
40 


10 
3 
4 
5 


4.06 
1.35 
1.67 
1.67 
1.01 


246 
222 
240 
299 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1412 


11 


6.71 


164 


1460 


15 


8.89 


169 


949 


22 


9.76 


225 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


62 
50 

42 
37 
31 


1 

2 
2 


.68 

.74 
.71 
.68 
.61 


147 

282 
294 


3 


1 


.07 

.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 


1429 


764 
553 
462 
361 
291 


13 
3 
6 
6 

2 


3.58 
3.49 
3.14 
2.66 
2.30 


363 

86 

191 

226 

87 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


222 
58 
64 
49 

12 


5 
4 
2 
3 
3 


3.42 
1.29 
1.68 
1.83 
.67 


146 
310 
119 
164 

448 


2 


1 


.21 
.09 


476 


2431 
486 
521 
540 

257 


30 

9 

12 

11 

4 


15.17 
4.32 
5.23 
6.25 
3.58 


198 
208 
229 
176 
112 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


405 


17 


8.89 


191 9 


1 


.30 


333 


4235 


66 


34.55 


191 


1-24 



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46. COAL MINES: WORKING COAL MINERS (BITUMINOUS) 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-. 


i4 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


90 


] 


.28 


355 


] 


1.17 


445 


6 


1.56 


418 




2 1.55 


1 


2 


48 




.21 


191 




.86 


275 


1 


1.27 


270 




3 1.30 


2 


3 


35 




.16 


143 




.66 


224 


2 


1.05 


223 




1 1.09 


3 


4 


24 




.11 


98 




.46 


165 


1 


.79 


172 




.86 


4 


5 


15 




.07 


74 


] 


.36 


126 


2 


.62 


147 




2 .76 


5 


6 


12 




.06 


62 


] 


.30 


100 


1 


.49 


116 




.61 


6 


7 


7 




.03 


37 




.18 


68 


1 


.34 


84 




.45 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


27 




.13 


45 




.23 


57 




1 .31 


8 


9 


4 




.02 


19 




.09 


29 


1 


.15 


33 




3 .19 


9 


10 


2 




.01 


13 




.06 


18 




.09 


15 




.09 


10 


11 


1 




.OC 


6 




.03 


10 




.05 


8 




.05 


11 


12 


1 




.OC 


4 




.02 


10 




.05 


7 




.05 


12 


13 


1 




.OC 


4 




.02 


10 




.06 


5 




.04 


13 


14 








4 




.02 


10 


1 


.06 


5 




.04 


14 


15 








4 




.02 


9 




.05 


5 




.04 


15 


16 








3 




.02 


9 




.06 


3 




.03 


16 


17 








3 




.02 


9 




.06 


2 




.02 


17 


18 








2 




.01 


8 




.06 


2 




.02 


18 


19 








2 




.01 


7 


1 


.05 


2 




.02 


19 


20 














4 




.03 


2 




.02 


20 


21 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


21 


22 














2 




.02 








22 


23 














2 




.02 








23 


24 














1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


212 




I .83 


861 


^ 


I 3.51 


1235 


12 


5.29 


1230 




8 5.56 


1-5 


6-24 


32 




.H 


t 190 




L .93 


353 


5 


1.90 


347 




4 1.99 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


268 


2 


1.10 


122 


. . 




58 5: 


i 


I .: 


54 22 




10 1 


2 


190 


1 


.99 


81 






52 3( 


) 




52 15 




19 2 


3 


156 


1 


.84 


6S 


» 


I 


18 3] 


. 




19 12 




17 3 


4 


124 


1 


.71 


56 


1 


I 


12 2^ 


t 


.^ 


15 7 




11 4 


5 


100 




.59 


4= 


. . 




56 2: 


) 


.^ 


15 6 




LO 5 


6 


83 




.51 


43 


1 




57 i: 


1 




n 5 




)9 6 


7 


58 


1 


.38 


32 






19 1] 


. 


. 


L5 5 




10 7 


8 


42 




.29 


2e 


. . 




lb i 


) 


. 


L3 5 




10 8 


9 


31 




.23 


IS 


, . 




19 = 


) 


.( 


)8 4 




)9 9 


10 


14 




.11 


IC 






12 : 


) 


.( 


)3 




10 


11 


6 




.05 


e 


, . 




)8 










11 


12 


6 




.05 


5 






37 










12 


13 


6 




.06 


5 






)7 










13 


14 


6 




.06 


4 






)6 










14 


15 


5 




.06 


3 






)5 










15 


16 


4 




.05 








)2 










16 


17 


3 




.04 








)2 










17 


18 


3 




.04 


















18 


19 


1 




.02 


















19 


20 


1 




.02 


















20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


838 


5 


4.23 


374 


1 


2.: 


S6 16e 




[ 1.^ 


t5 62 


. 


?7 1-5 


6-24 


269 


1 


1.97 


154 


2 \.t 


)9 44 


t 


.( 


50 19 




58 6-21 



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46. COAL MINES: WORKING COAL MINERS (BITUMINOUS) 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 
10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 



.1 
.39 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.02 
.02 



.07 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 
.03 
.03 



.08 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual • 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


890 

514 
402 
287 
215 


8 

1 

2 
2 
3 


3.01 
2.34 
1.87 
1.36 
1.05 


266 
43 
107 
147 
286 


686 
460 
379 
296 

247 


4 
] 

J. 


t 2.65 

\ 2.29 

! 1.93 

1.57 

> 1.35 


151 
17 = 
104 
64 
148 


176 
117 

\ 100 
80 
67 


1 

1 


.92 

.84 
.77 
.67 
.61 


109 
149 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2308 
286 
161 

74 

54 


16 
3 

1 
1 
1 


9.63 

1.40 

.80 

.38 

.39 


166 
214 
125 
263 
256 


2068 

341 

192 

59 

24 


i: 

] 

A 


( 9.79 
1.95 

t 1.22 
.50 
.29 


133 
51 

328 


540 

103 

70 

23 

2 


2 

1 

1 


3.81 

1.02 

.80 

.33 

.04 


52 
98 

303 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2883 


22 


12.60 


175 


2684 


\i 


13.75 


131 


738 


4 


6.00 


67 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

4 

5 


28 

18 

15 

9 

7 


1 


.28 

.24 
.23 
.15 
.12 


435 


1 
1 
1 




.02 
.03 
.03 




1781 
1110 

897 
672 
536 


13 

5 
5 
4 
5 


6.88 
5.74 

4.83 
3.75 
3.13 


189 
87 
104 
107 
160 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


77 
12 
12 

5 




1.02 
.24 
.29 
.24 


98 


3 




.08 




4996 

742 

435 

161 

80 


32 
5 
5 
2 
1 


24.33 

4.61 

3.11 

1.45 

.72 


132 
108 
161 
138 
139 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


106 


1 


1.79 


56 


3 




.08 




6414 


45 


34.22 


132 


1-24 



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47. COMMISSIONED OFF 


[CERS IN NA 


VY, EXCLUDING CHAPLAINS 


, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS 






AND PAYMASTERS 












Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


29 






9 752 


5 


2.48 


336 




4 1.18 


244 


2 


.90 


1 


2 


26 






1 630 


4 


2.84 


254 




2 1.17 


210 


2 


1.01 


2 


3 


22 






551 


8 


2.53 


216 




1 1.02 


179 


1 


.88 


3 


4 


22 






498 


1 


2.34 


191 




3 .92 


163 




.82 


4 


5 


17 






)8 442 




2.12 


173 




1 .85 


147 


2 


.76 


5 


6 


13 






)6 399 


'4 


1.92 


159 




1 .78 


133 


1 


.70 


6 


7 


12 






)6 335 


4 


1.64 


144 




3 .72 


119 


1 


.64 


7 


8 


11 






)5 285 




1.40 


129 




.65 


104 


2 


.57 


8 


9 


9 


_ 




)4 245 


i 


1.20 


118 




1 .60 


96 


2 


.55 


9 


10 


9 


_ 




)4 192 




.94 


106 




1 .55 


74 




.44 


10 


11 


6 


. 




)3 137 


i 


.69 


83 




1 .44 


60 


i 


.37 


11 


12 


4 






)2 117 




.59 


55 




2 .30 


30 


1 


.20 


12 


13 


1 






)0 79 




.40 


43 




.24 


26 




.18 


13 


14 








36 




.19 


27 




.15 


23 


i 


.17 


14 


15 








16 




.08 


19 




.11 


18 




.14 


15 


16 








5 




.03 


9 




.06 


16 




.14 


16 


17 








2 




.01 


8 




.05 


15 




.14 


17 


18 








1 




.01 


6 




.04 


11 




.11 


18 


19 














6 




.05 


10 


1 


.11 


19 


20 














5 




.04 


8 




.09 


20 


21 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


21 


22 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














1 




.01 








23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


lie 


) 


.^ 


18 2873 


18 


12.31 


1170 


] 


LI 5.14 


943 


7 


4.37 


1-5 


6-24 


6; 


) 




50 1849 


10 


9.10 


922 




9 4.83 


745 


10 


4.57 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


214 


4 


.88 


157 




.74 


126 




.81 


67 




.61 


1 


2 


181 


5 


.94 


132 




.84 


113 


1 


.99 


57 


i 


.71 


2 


3 


158 


2 


.85 


121 




.83 


106 


1 


1.01 


50 


3 


.69 


3 


4 


141 


1 


.80 


112 


2 


.84 


96 




1.00 


45 


1 


.68 


4 


5 


130 


2 


.77 


105 




.84 


88 


1 


.99 


41 




.67 


5 


6 


120 


1 


.74 


96 


1 


.82 


79 


1 


.96 


39 




.68 


6 


7 


109 


, . 


.72 


89 




.81 


74 




.98 


36 


1 


.68 


7 


8 


100 




.70 


82 


2 


.80 


66 


2 


.94 


31 


1 


.64 


8 


9 


95 




.71 


69 


1 


.73 


60 


2 


.92 


29 




.65 


9 


10 


86 




.69 


55 


2 


.63 


47 


2 


.78 


26 


2 


.64 


10 


11 


76 


2 


.65 


43 




.54 


38 


2 


.69 


17 




.46 


11 


12 


46 




.42 


36 




.49 


26 




.51 


12 




.36 


12 


13 


39 


1 


.38 


28 


1 


.41 


23 




.49 


12 


'2 


.40 


13 


14 


34 


2 


.36 


19 




.30 


21 




.49 


9 


1 


.33 


14 


15 


27 




.31 


17 


1 


.29 


14 




.36 


5 




.20 


15 


16 


18 




.23 


12 




.22 


11 


1 


.31 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


16 


i 


.22 


11 




.22 


9 




.28 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


13 




.19 


11 




.24 


9 




.31 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


11 




.17 


9 




.22 


8 


i 


.30 


3 




.17 


19 


20 


8 




.14 


7 




.18 


5 




.21 


3 


i 


.19 


20 


21 


7 




.13 


3 




.09 


5 




.■23 


2 




.14 


21 


22 


7 




.14 


1 




.03 


2 




.10 


2 




.15 


22 


23 


6 




.13 


, . 






2 




.11 


2 




.16 


23 


24 


2 




.05 








1 




.06 


1 




.09 


24 


1—5 


824 


14 


4.24 


627 


2 


4.09 


529 


3 


4.80 


260 


5 


3.36 


1-5 


6-24 


820 


7 


7.08 


588 


8 


7.02 


500 


11 


9.03 


238 


8 


6.38 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



28 
22 

20 

18 

16 

13 

11 

10 

7 

6 

4 

4 

2 



104 

58 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.34 
.35 
.37 
.36 
.35 
.31 
.29 
.29 
.22 
.21 
.16 
.17 
.09 
.05 



1.77 
1.79 



TABLE III (Continued) 

NAVY, EXCLUDING CHAPLAINS, 
AND PAYMASTERS 



PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 
21 

19 

19 

16 

12 

10 

8 

4 

3 



98 
40 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



.37 
.43 
.46 
.50 
.47 
.39 
.35 
.31 
.17 
.14 
.15 



2.23 
1.51 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
11 

9 
7 
7 
6 
5 
5 
4 
3 
3 
3 
1 



48 
30 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.29 

.30 

.29 
.25 
.27 
.26 
.24 
.26 
.23 
.19 
.20 
.22 
.08 



1.40 
1.68 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 

.07 
.09 
.05 
.05 



.31 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1117 
910 
789 
711 
632 


9 
6 
9 

4 
1 


3.75 
4.12 
3.65 
3.36 
3.05 


240 
146 
247 
119 
33 


458 

391 
337 
304 

277 


6 

7 
3 

1 
4 


1.78 
1.95 
1.73 
1.62 
1.53 


337 
359 
173 
62 
261 


283 
245 
227 
208 
193 


1 

1 

2 
1 


1.55 

1.83 
1.84 
1.84 
1.83 


55 

54 

109 

55 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4159 

1062 

1104 

623 

47 


29 

12 

3 

4 


17.93 

5.18 

5.47 

3.24 

.34 


162 

232 

55 

123 


1767 
481 
555 
379 
150 


21 
3 
4 
8 
2 


8.61 
2.80 
3.66 
3.18 
2.01 


244 
107 
109 
252 
100 


1156 
338 
379 
265 
106 


5 
2 
11 
4 
2 


8.89 
3.57 
4.80 
4.57 
3.11 


56 
56 
229 
88 
64 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


6995 


48 


32.16 


149 


3332 


38 


20.26 


188 


2244 


24 


24.94 


96 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


118 
100 

89 
82 
73 


3 
3 

4 
4 
3 


1.32 
1.49 
1.52 
1.54 
1.49 


227 
201 
263 
260 
201 


16 
13 
11 

8 
8 


1 


.34 

.37 
.38 
.30 
.32 


270 


1992 

1659 
1453 
1313 
1183 


18 
18 
17 
11 
9 


8.74 

9.76 
9.12 
8.66 
8.22 


206 
184 
186 
127 
109 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


462 

121 

124 

69 

22 


17 
4 

5 

7 

1 


7.36 
2.70 
3.27 
2.37 
1.34 


231 
148 
153 
295 

75 


56 
11 
12 

7 


1 

2 
2 


1.71 
.50 
.68 
.50 


58 

294 
400 


7600 
2013 
2174 
1343 

325 


73 
21 
25 
25 
5 


44.50 
14.75 
17.88 
13.86 
6.80 


164 
142 
140 
180 

74 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


798 


34 


17.04 


200 


86 


5 


3.39 


147 


13455 


149 


97.79 


152 


1-24 































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48. TRAINED MALE NURSES 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


12 






)4 186 




.61 


23; 


. . 




82 115 




43 1 


2 


6 






)3 119 




I .54 


156 


> 2 




72 85 




41 2 


3 


6 






)3 102 




.47 


131 




. 


52 74 




36 3 


4 


6 






)3 84 


, 


.39 


lie 


i 




56 66 




33 4 


5 


5 






)2 73 




I .35 


105 


. . 




51 60 




31 5 


6 


4 






)2 58 




I .28 


8S 






14 51 


L 




27 6 


7 


4 






)2 48 




.24 


8C 


1 




10 40 




22 7 


8 


4 






)2 39 




.19 


7C 


2 




35 32 




18 8 


9 


4 






)2 33 




.16 


58 






30 28 




16 9 


10 


4 






)2 28 




.14 


46 


1 




24 2', 


1 




16 10 


11 


3 






)1 20 




.10 


It 






19 2: 


! 




14 11 


12 


3 






)1 10 




.05 


22 






12 161 




11 12 


13 


3 






)1 7 




.04 


15 


1 


!08 10| 


.( 


37 13 


14 


1 






)0 4 




.02 


IC 




.06 ! 


. 


.( 


34 14 


15 


1 






)0 4 




.02 


8 




.05 ; 


. 


.( 


34 15 


16 








2 




.01 


6 


. . 


.04 : 


( 


.03| 16 


17 








2 




.01 


4 




.03 I 


I 


.( 


33 17 


18 












.01 


4 




.03 2 


> 


.02| 18 


19 














1 


1 


.01 






19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


35 




.] 


L5 564 




3 2.36 


743 


3 


3.23 40C 


) 2 1.84 1—5 


6-24 


31 






13 256 




I 1.27 


449 


6 


2.34 24= 


2 1.47 6-24 


Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


95 






59 40 




.19 


34 






22 11 






10 1 


2 


66 




• V 


54 37 




.24 


29 






26 t 


] 


L .( 


38 2 


3 


53 




I .: 


29 35 




.24 


26 


1 


/■ 


25 4 




.( 


36 3 


4 


46 




t^ 


>6 31 




.23 


22 






23 3 


. 


.( 


)5 4 


5 


43 




,i 


>5 23 




.18 


20 


1 




23 1 




.( 


)2 5 


6 


39 




• ^ 


!4 20 




.17 


14 






L7 






6 


7 


35 




L >^ 


!3 17 




.15 


11 






15 






7 


8 


31 




.^ 


!2 14 




.14 


8 






11 






8 


9 


28 




• .^ 


>1 11 




.12 


7 






11 






9 


10 


28 




>^ 


!2 8 




.09 


6 






10 






10 


11 


22 




.] 


9 4 




.05 


4 






)7 






11 


12 


17 




I .1 


5 4 




.05 


2 






)4 






12 


13 


14 




.] 


4 3 




.04 


1 






)2 






13 


14 


9 




J 


3 




.05 


1 






)2 






14 


15 


9 




L J 


3 




.05 


1 






)3 






15 


16 


6 




.C 


)8 2 




.04 














16 


17 


2 




.C 


)3 2 




.04 














17 


18 


1 




.C 


)1 2 




.04 














18 


19 


1 




.C 


)2 1 




.02 














19 


20 


1 




.C 


12 1 




.03 














20 


21 


, . 










.03 














21 


22 








1 




.03 














22 


23 


, , 










.04 














23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


303 


] 


1.5 


3 166 




1.08 


131 


2 


1. 


19 25 


] 


.; 


51 1-5 


6-24 


243 


»- 


1.9 


6 98 


1 


1.18 


55 






12 






. 6-24 



118 



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48. 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



17 
16 



Expected 
Deaths 



TABLE III (Continued) 
TRAINED MALE NURSES 



57-59 



.09 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.26 
.84 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.02 

.02 
.03 



.10 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 
.03 
.03 



.08 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 
6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


433 

281 
239 
206 
183 


4 

1 
1 


1.47 

1.29 

1.12 

.98 

.88 


310 

102 
114 


210 
151 

127 
112 
103 


1 
1 
1 


.82 

.75 
.65 
.59 
.56 


122 
132 
154 


74 

66 

[ 61 
53 
43 


i 

1 


.41 
.50 

.49 
.46 
.41 


204 

244 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1342 

283 

286 

147 

20 


6 

2 
3 

1 
1 


5.74 

1.40 

1.44 

.76 

.14 


105 
143 
208 
132 
714 


703 
165 
174 
130 
19 


^ 


i 3.37 

! .96 

1.15 

! 1.08 

.24 


8S 
20S 

27S 


297 
62 
54 
26 
11 


2 
1 


2.27 
.64 
.67 
.42 
.27 


88 
370 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2078 


13 


9.48 


137 


1191 


s 


! 6.80 


lis 


450 


3 


4.27 


70 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


20 
11 

8 
6 

2 


1 
1 

1 


.22 
.16 
.13 

.12 
.04 


455 
625 

833 


1 

1 
1 




.02 
.03 

.03 




738 
510 
436 
377 
331 


2 
6 

2 
2 
2 


2.94 

2.73 
2.42 
2.15 
1.89 


68 

220 

83 

93 

106 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


47 
2 
3 
5 
6 


3 


.67 
.05 
.10 
.24 
.45 


448 


3 




.08 




2392 

512 

517 

308 

56 


14 
4 
3 
4 

2 


12.13 
3.05 
3.36 
2.50 
1.10 


115 

131 

89 

160 

182 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


63 


3 


1.51 


199 


3 




.08 




3785 


27 


22.14 


122 


1-24 



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49. TRAINED FEMALE NURSES 



Ages at Entry 


15-19 




20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Expose 


d Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Aetna 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Aetna 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risl 


c Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
. Years 


1 


3 


2 




2012 




5 6.64 


5037 


14 17.63 


3794 


16 


14.04 


1 


2 


1 


9 




)8 1313 




5 5.91 


3761 


14 17.30 


3028 


8 


14.53 


2 


3 


1 


5 




)7 1121 




4 5.16 


3330 


17 15.65 


2714 


7 


13.30 


3 


4 


1 


3 1 




)6 897 




4 4.22 


2760 


10 13.25 


2367 


6 


11.84 


4 


5 




9 




)4 698 




4 3.35 


2256 




8 11.05 


2013 


5 


10.47 


5 


6 




8 




)4 525 




2.52 


1698 




3 8.32 


1591 


11 


8.43 


6 


7 




5 




)2 369 




1.81 


1255 




3 6.28 


1247 


7 


6.73 


7 


8 




3 




)1 268 




1.31 


923 




3 4.62 


921 


7 


5.07 


8 


9 




2 




)1 197 




3 .97 


651 




6 3.32 


682 


1 


3.89 


9 


10 




1 




)0 137 




.67 


462 




3 2.40 


516 


5 


3.04 


10 


11 




1 




)0 87 




.44 


290 




1 1.54 


327 


2 


2.03 


11 


12 




1 




)0 65 




.33 


207 




2 1.12 


239 


2 


1.58 


12 


13 




1 




)0 36 




.18 


132 




.73 


161 


1 


1.13 


13 


14 




1 




)0 23 




.12 


86 




.49 


109 


1 


.82 


14 


15 




1 




)0 11 




.06 


62 




.37 


75 


, , 


.60 


15 


16 








7 




.04 


38 




.24 


41 


1 


.35 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


27 




.18 


30 




.27 


17 


18 








4 




.02 


21 




.15 


20 




.20 


18 


19 








2 




.01 


12 




.09 


9 




.10 


19 


20 








1 




.01 


11 




.09 


6 




.07 


20 


21 














2 




.02 








21 


22 














1 




.01 








22 


23 


















. 








23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


{ 


58 1 




55 6041 




22 25.28 


17144 


63 74.88 


13916 


42 


64.18 


1-5 


6-24 




?4 


.( 


)8 1737 




3 8.52 


5878 


21 29.97 


5974 


38 


34.31 


6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


35-3< 


> 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Expose 


.d Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Aetna 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Aetna 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


toRis 


k Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatli 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


20 


14 11 


8.; 


26 902 




2 4.24 


388 




2 2.48 


137 




1.25 


1 


2 


16i 


38 6 


8.' 


78 735 




4 4.70 


306 




1 2.69 


106 


2 


1.33 


2 


3 


15: 


26 6 


8.: 


24 674 




6 4.65 


279 




1 2.65 


95 




1.31 


3 


4 


13( 


55 6 


7.' 


78 578 




4 4.34 


238 




2 2.48 


84 


3 


1.26 


4 


5 


11' 


73 5 


6.< 


?2 510 




1 4.08 


204 




2 2.31 


72 




1.17 


5 


6 


9' 


72 8 


6.( 


33 432 




1 3.67 


161 




1.96 


59 


3 


1.03 


6 


7 


7' 


74 6 


5. 


11 343 




3 3.12 


137 




1.81 


43 




.82 


7 


8 


6( 


34 5 


4.: 


23 278 




2.72 


105 




1 1.50 


38 




.78 


8 


9 


4. 


52 2 


3.: 


24 209 




2 2.22 


79 




2 1.22 


33 


2 


.74 


9 


10 


2< 


)9 2 


2.> 


59 153 




1.76 


60 




1 1.00 


22 


1 


.54 


10 


11 


1< 


?6 


l.( 


37 92 




1.15 


41 




.74 


11 




.30 


11 


12 


L 


58 


1.. 


26 58 




1 .78 


32 




1 .63 


9 




.27 


12 


13 


1( 


)1 2 


( 


?9 34 




1 .50 


23 




.49 


7 




.23 


13 


14 




70 1 


. 


74 26 




1 .41 


16 




.37 


4 




.15 


14 


15 


z 


15 




52 14 




1 .24 


11 




.28 


4 




.16 


15 


16 




50 




58 6 




.11 


5 




.14 


3 




.13 


16 


17 




n 1 


,^ 


28 4 




.08 


4 




.12 


2 




.10 


17 


18 




15 


,^ 


22 2 




.04 


4 




.14 


2 




.11 


18 


19 




14 




22 2 




.05 


3 




.11 


1 




.06 


19 


20 




10 




17 2 




.05 


2 




.08 








20 


21 




3 


.( 


36 1 




.03 


2 




1 .09 








21 


22 




. . 










1 




.05 








22 


23 








• . 






1 




.06 








23 


24 




. 








. 














24 


1—5 


77f 


i6 34 


39.« 


)8 3399 




17 22.01 


1415 




8 12.61 


494 


5 


6.32 


1-5 


6-24 


37: 


!4 27 


27.t 


51 1656 




10 16.93 


687 




6 10.79 


238 


7 


5.42 


6-24 



120 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



57 

52 

45 

36 

27 

22 

20 

15 

15 

10 

6 

6 

4 

1 



217 
99 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.70 

.82 
.82 
.72 
.59 
.53 
.53 
.44 
.48 
.35 
.23 
.26 
.19 
.05 



3.65 
3.06 



49. 



TABLE III {Continued) 
TRAINED FEMALE NURSES 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1 

15 

13 

12 

12 

12 

11 

7 

5 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



70 

47, 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.29 
.31 
.31 
.32 
.35 
.39 
.39 
.27 
.21 
.19 
.15 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 



1.58 
1.94 



Exposed 
to Risk 



15 

12 

10 

10 

8 

8 

4 

3 
3 
2 
2 



55 
22 



60-62 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.31 
.33 
.32 
.35 
.31 
.34 
.19 
.15 
.17 
.12 
.13 



1.62 
1.10 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1-5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 

Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


7081 

5093 
4466 
3670 
2963 


19 
19 
21 
15 
12 


24.37 
23.29 
20.88 
17.53 
14.44 


78 
82 
101 
86 
83 


5808 

4716 
4240 
3732 
3186 


27 
14 
13 
12 
10 


22.30 
23.31 
21.54 
19.62 
17.39 


121 
60 
60 
61 

58 


1290 

1041 

953 

816 

714 


4 
5 

7 
6 
3 


6.72 
7.39 
7.30 
6.82 
6.39 


60 
68 
96 

88 
47 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


23273 

3860 

2644 

1004 

131 


86 
6 

15 
3 


100.51 
18.99 
13.31 

5.38 
.89 


86 

32 

113 

56 


21682 

4584 

3454 

1461 

199 


76 

32 

22 

9 

2 


104.16 

26.30 

21.86 

11.34 

2.32 


73 

122 

101 

79 

86 


4814 

1073 

884 

347 

39 


25 
4 
6 
5 
1 


34.62 

10.56 

10.42 

5.59 

1.15 


72 
38 
58 
89 
87 


1-5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


30912 


110 


139.08 


79 


31380 


141 


165.98 


85 


7157 


41 


62.34 


66 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insiu-- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


212 
173 

153 
132 
111 


2 

5 

1 


2.24 

2.46 
2.44 
2.30 
2.11 


81 

217 
47 


16 
12 
10 

10 

8 


1 
1 


.34 
.33 
.32 

.35 
.31 


303 
286 


14407 

11035 
9822 
8360 
6982 


50 
41 
41 
39 
26 


55.97 
56.78 
52.48 
46.62 
40.64 


89 

72 
78 
84 
64 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


781 

167 

149 

59 

9 


8 
6 
4 

2 


11.55 

3.69 

4.00 

2.25 

.48 


69 
163 
100 

417 


56 

12 

8 

2 


2 
2 

i 


1.65 
.53 
.44 
.13 


121 

377 

769 


50606 

9696 

7139 

2873 

378 


197 
50 
47 
18 

5 


252.49 

60.07 

50.03 

24.69 

4.84 


78 
83 
94 
73 
103 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1165 


20 


21.97 


91 


78 


5 


2.75 


182 


70692 


317 


392.12 


81 


1-24 



121 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Eisk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


6 




.c 


»2 595 




2 1.96 


2411 


10 


8.44 


2920 


14 


10.80 


1 


2 


4 




.c 


)2 371 




1.67 


1696 


14 


7.80 


2147 


11 


10.31 


2 


3 


4 




.c 


)2 328 




1.51 


1540 


7 


7.24 


1941 


11 


9.51 


3 


4 


4 




.c 


)2 299 




3 1.41 


1408 


8 


6.76 


1760 


16 


8.80 


4 


5 


3 




.c 


)1 267 




1 1.28 


1259 


5 


6.17 


1591 


12 


8.27 


5 


6 


3 




.c 


)1 231 




5 1.11 


1118 


10 


5.48 


1374 


12 


7.28 


6 


7 


2 




.( 


)1 186 




.91 


959 


4 


4.80 


1156 


6 


6.24 


7 


8 


1 




.c 


)0 164 




.80 


827 


7 


4.14 


996 


11 


5.48 


8 


9 


1 




.( 


)0 146 




.72 


711 


7 


3.63 


803 


9 


4.58 


9 


10 


1 




.( 


)0 129 




1 .63 


588 


9 


3.06 


642 


2 


3.79 


10 


11 


1 




.( 


)0 106 




.53 


463 


2 


2.45 


483 


6 


2.99 


11 


12 


1 




.( 


)0 84 




.42 


350 


6 


1.89 


367 


1 


2.42 


12 


13 


1 




.( 


)0 44 




.22 


205 


1 


1.13 


257 


2 


1.80 


13 


14 








19 




.10 


129 




.74 


166 


3 


1.25 


14 


15 








13 




.07 


88 


1 


.52 


108 


1 


.86 


15 


16 








10 




.05 


63 




.39 


72 




.61 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


51 


1 


.34 


62 


2 


.56 


17 


18 








4 




.02 


40 


2 


.28 


43 


2 


.42 


18 


19 








3 




.02 


29 




.22 


29 


1 


.31 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


23 




.18 


20 


1 


.23 


20 


21 








2 




.01 


8 




.07 


8 




.10 


21 


22 














4 




.04 


6 


, . 


.08 


22 


23 














1 




.01 


3 




.04 


23 


24 














1 




.01 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


21 




.( 


)9 1860 




6 7.83 


8314 


44 


36.41 


10359 


64 


47.69 


1-5 


6-24 


11 




.( 


)2 1 149 




6 5.66 


5658 


50 


29.38 


6596 


59 


39.06 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


Years 


1 


2084 


12 


8.54 


1216 


7 


5.72 


549 


6 


3.51 


275 




1 2.50 


1 


2 


1536 


12 


7.99 


895 


8 


5.73 


408 




3.59 


212 




2 2.65 


2 


3 


1399 


11 


7.55 


811 


11 


5.60 


375 


2 


3.56 


196 




2 2.70 


3 


4 


1259 


6 


7.18 


717 


3 


5.38 


329 


4 


3.42 


169 




3 2.54 


4 


5 


1138 


15 


6.71 


627 


9 


5.02 


285 


2 


3.22 


143 




3 2.33 


5 


6 


961 


11 


5.96 


513 


10 


4.36 


228 


2 


2.78 


119 




7 2.08 


6 


7 


792 


6 


5.23 


437 


4 


3.98 


177 


1 


2.34 


94 




2 1.79 


7 


8 


668 


5 


4.68 


360 


5 


3.53 


148 


5 


2.12 


74 




3 1.52 


8 


9 


553 


4 


4.15 


300 


8 


3.18 


124 


1 


1.91 


63 




1 1.42 


9 


10 


440 


3 


3.52 


230 


7 


2.65 


93 


2 


1.55 


46 




3 1.14 


10 


11 


306 


3 


2.60 


156 


5 


1.95 


70 


5 


1.27 


25 




2 .68 


11 


12 


236 


2 


2.15 


100 


3 


1.35 


50 


1 


.98 


21 




4 .63 


12 


13 


165 


4 


1.62 


73 


2 


1.07 


32 


1 


.68 


13 




1 .43 


13 


14 


99 




1.05 


51 


2 


.81 


22 


3 


.51 


9 




1 .33 


14 


15 


69 




.79 


34 


2 


.58 


14 




.36 


5 




1 .20 


15 


16 


40 


1 


.50 


24 


1 


.44 


10 


1 


.28 


3 




.13 


16 


17 


31 


1 


.42 


19 




.38 


8 




.25 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


25 


1 


.37 


15 




.33 


8 


1 


.28 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


19 




.30 


11 


1 


.26 


7 


1 


.27 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


17 




.29 


7 


1 


.18 


5 




.21 








20 


21 


10 




.19 


2 




.06 


3 




.14 








21 


22 


7 




.14 


2 




.06 


2 


1 


.10 








22 


23 


5 




.11 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


2 




.05 


1 




.04 












. . 


24 


1—5 


7416 


56 


37.97 


4266 


38 


27.45 


1946 


14 


17.30 


995 




11 12.72 


1-5 


6-24 


4445 


41 


34.12 


2336 


51 


25.25 


1002 


25 


16.09 


477 




25 10.62 


6-24 



122 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Bxposed 
to Risk 



118 
100 

88 

78 

66 

55 

43 

37 

29 

21 

16 

11 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



450 
231 



Actual 
Deaths 



11 

12 



50. 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.44 
1.58 

1.61 

1.57 

1.45 

1.32 

1.14 

1.08 

.93 

.74 

.62 

.47 

.19 

.15 

.11 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.08 

.08 

.09 

.10 



7.65 
7.49 



TABLE III (Continued) 

POLICE AND PRISONS: CITY POLICEMEN 

57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



63 

45 

37 

35 

31 

24 

21 

14 

11 

8 

5 

3 



211 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



l.Ol 
.92 
.89 
.92 
.90 
.77 
.74 
.55 
.47 
.38 
.26 
.17 
.12 



4.64 
3.46 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



35 

29 

26 

22 

16 

12 

8 

7 

5 

3 

2 

2 

1 



128 



41 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.72 
.80 
.83 
.78 
.62 
.51 
.38 
.36 
.28 
.19 
.13 
.14 
.08 
.08 



3.75 
2.15 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



18 



Expected 
Deaths 



.63 

.24 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


3012 
2071 
1872 
1711 
1529 


12 
14 

7 

11 

6 


10.42 
9.49 
8.77 
8.19 
7.46 


115 
148 

80 
134 

80 


5004 
3683 
3340 
3019 
2729 


26 

23 
22 
22 
27 


19.34 
18.30 
17.06 
15.98 
14.98 


134 
126 
129 
138 
180 


1765 
1303 
1186 
1046 
912 


13 
8 

13 

7 

11 


9.23 

9.32 
9.16 

8.80 
8.24 


141 

86 
142 

80 
133 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


10195 

2499 

2568 

1504 

247 


50 
19 
24 
10 
3 


44.33 

12.32 

12.98 

8.07 

1.69 


113 
154 
185 
124 
178 


17775 

4283 

4102 

2256 

400 


120 

35 

34 

22 

9 


85.66 
24.71 
26.20 
17.53 

4.74 


140 
142 
130 
125 
190 


6212 

1355 

1255 

602 

126 


52 
17 
28 
24 
7 


44.75 

13.46 

14.94 

9.56 

3.38 


116 

126 
187 
251 
207 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


17013 


106 


79.39 


134 


28816 


220 


158.84 139| 


9550 


128 


86.09 


149 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


456 
357 
321 
282 
240 


2 
7 
5 
8 
4 


4.95 
5.15 
5.20 
5.03 
4.68 


40 
136 

96 
159 

85 


43 

33 
28 
24 
18 


1 

2 


.93 
.94 

.92 
.87 
.72 


lis 

278 


10280 
7447 
6747 
6082 
5428 


53 

52 
47 
49 
50 


44.87 

43.20 
41.11 
38.87 
36.08 


118 
120 
114 
126 
139 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1656 

356 

303 

119 

18 


26 
14 
13 
12 
1 


25.01 
7.84 
8.23 
4.36 
1.14 


104 
179 
158 

275 
88 


146 

23 

16 

6 


3 
1 

2 


4.38 

1.06 

.90 

.43 


68 

94 

222 


35984 

8516 

8244 

4487 

791 


251 
86 

101 
68 
20 


204.13 
59.39 
63.25 
39.95 
10.95 


123 
145 
160 
170 
183 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2452 


66 


46.58 


142 


191 


6 


6.77 


89 


58022 


526 


377.67 


139 


1-24 



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SHERIFFS NOT EXPOSED TO HAZARD FROM OCCUPATION 



Ages at Entry 15-19 



20-24 



25-29 



30-34 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



18 

10 

10 

9 

8 
5 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



55 
20 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.06 
.04 
.05 

.04 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



.23 
.07 



439 

249 

210 

170 

138 

123 

107 

90 

77 

68 

59 

42 

35 

31 

26 

19 

16 

15 

12 

10 

6 

5 

3 

1206 

744 



Actual 
Deaths 



10 

7 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.45 
1.12 

.97 
.80 
.66 
.59 
.52 
.44 
.38 
.33 
.30 
.21 
.18 
.16 
.14 
.10 
.09 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.02 

5.00 
3.74 



1119 

678 

582 

493 

429 

374 

314 

274 

222 

188 

155 

129 

104 

83 

78 

70 

62 

53 

39 

30 

14 

11 



3301 
2213 



Actual 
Deaths 



20 
17 



Expected 
Deaths 



3.92 

3.12 

2.74 

2.37 

2.10 

1.83 

1.57 

1.37 

1.13 

.98 

.82 

.70 

.57 

.47 

.46 

.43 

.41 

.37 

.29 

.24 

.12 

.10 

.08 

.05 

14.25 

11.99 



Kxposed 
to Risk 



1699 

1046 

910 

780 

686 

595 

506 

421 

354 

308 

254 

216 

177 

150 

129 

107 

88 

75 

60 

44 

16 

12 



5121 
3523 



Actual 
Deaths 



38 

27 



Expected 

Deaths 



6.29 
5.02 
4.46 



90 

57 

15 

73 

32 

02 

1.82 

1.57 

1.43 

1.24 

1.13 

1.03 

.91 

.80 

.74 

.64 

.51 

.20 

.16 

.12 

.05 

23.24 

22.57 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1-5 

6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


1644 


18 


6.74 


1399 


12 


6.58 


850 


10 5.44 


386 


6 


3.51 


1 


2 


1106 


7 


5.75 


944 


10 


6.04 


590 


7 5.19 


276 


2 


3.45 


2 


3 


963 


9 


5.20 


831 


8 


5.73 


5.06 


5 4.81 


250 


5 


3.45 


3 


4 


851 


7 


4.85 


740 


10 


5.55 


444 


6 4.62 


216 


4 


3.24 


4 


5 


743 


8 


4.38 


641 


12 


5.13 


382 


4 4.32 


187 


3 


3.05 


5 


6 


658 


8 


4.08 


548 


10 


4.66 


327 


8 3.99 


151 


4 


2.64 


6 


7 


556 


3 


3.67 


437 


6 


3.98 


271 


11 3.58 


134 


1 


2.55 


7 


8 


465 


3 


3.26 


349 


3 


3.42 


228 


6 3.26 


114 


3 


2.35 


8 


9 


393 


4 


2.95 


299 


5 


3.17 


195 


3 3.00 


99 


3 


2.23 


9 


10 


345 


4 


2.76 


248 


2 


2.85 


155 


4 2.59 


77 


3 


1.90 


10 


11 


268 


3 


2.28 


201 


4 


2.51 


116 


6 2.10 


55 




1.50 


11 


12 


229 




2.08 


173 


3 


2.34 


89 


6 1.74 


45 


1 


1.35 


12 


13 


187 




1.83 


141 


2 


2.06 


65 


3 1.39 


38 


2 


1.26 


13 


14 


157 




1.66 


122 


4 


1.93 


57 


1 1.33 


28 


1 


1.02 


14 


15 


130 




1.50 


102 


2 


1.74 


48 


3 1.23 


23 


1 


.92 


15 


16 


100 




1.25 


74 


2 


1.37 


35 


.99 


17 


2 


.75 


16 


17 


86 




1.16 


58 


4 


1.17 


32 


1.00 


15 




.73 


17 


18 


75 




1.10 


45 


2 


.99 


24 


.83 


13 


2 


.69 


18 


19 


60 




.95 


35 




.84 


18 


.68 


9 


1 


.52 


19 


20 


45 




.77 


28 




.74 


12 


.50 


7 




.44 


20 


21 


18 




.33 


15 




.44 


9 


.41 


4 




.27 


21 


22 


11 




.22 


9 




.29 


6 


.30 


2 




.15 


22 


23 


6 




.13 


7 




.25 


3 


.17 


1 




.08 


23 


24 


3 




.07 


4 




.16 






1 


i 


.09 


24 


1—5 


5307 


49 


26.92 


4555 


52 


29.03 


2772 


32 24.38 


1315 


20 


16.70 


1-5 


6-24 


3792 


34 


32.05 


2895 


49 


34.91 


1690 


51 29.09 


833 


25 


21.44 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



170 

124 

114 

101 

83 

65 

53 

43 

33 

28 

17 

17 

16 

13 

11 

8 

7 

5 

4 

3 

2 



592 
326 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.07 

1.96 

2.09 

2.03 

1.82 

1.56 

1.40 

1.25 

1.06 

.99 

.66 

.73 

.75 

.67 

.62 

.49 

.47 

.36 

.31 

.25 

.18 

.10 



9.97 
11.85 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



85 

65 

60 

52 

51 

42 

34 

29 

23 

17 

13 

9 

7 

6 

4 

4 

4 

4 

1 

1 



313 
200 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.36 

1.33 

1.44 

1.37 

1.48 

1.35 

1.20 

1.13 

.99 

.80 

.67 

.51 

.43 

.40 

.29 

.31 

.34 

.37 

.10 

.11 

.12 

.13 



6.98 
9.25 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



43 

37 

34 

28 

25 

22 

20 

17 

15 

9 

9 

7 

6 

6 

6 

5 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

167 

135 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.88 
1.02 

1.09 
.99 
.98 
.94 
.94 
.88 
.85 
.56 
.60 
.51 
.47 
.51 
.55 
.50 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.27 
.30 
.32 
.17 

4.96 
9.07 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 

21 

20 

15 

12 

8 

7 

6 

6 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



Actual 
Deaths 



90 



46 



Expected 
Deaths 



.59 
.80 

.91 

.77 
.67 
.50 
.45 
.41 
.45 
.33 
.25 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.35 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



3.74 
3.64 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


1576 


11 


5.43 


203 


3343 


27 


13.03 


207 


2249 


22 


12.02 


183 


1 


2 


937 


7 


4.28 


164 


2152 


16 


10.77 


149 


1534 


17 


11.23 


151 


2 


3 


802 


6 


3.76 


160 


1873 


16 


9.66 


166 


1337 


13 


10.54 


123 


3 


4 


672 


4 


3.21 


125 


1631 


15 


8.75 


171 


1184 


16 


10.17 


157 


4 


5 


575 


2 


2.80 


71 


1429 


13 


7.95 


164 


1023 


16 


9.45 


169 


5 


1—5 


4562 


30 


19.48 


154 


10428 


87 


50.16 


173 


7327 


84 


53.41 


157 


1—5 


6—7 


927 


5 


4.55 


110 


2315 


18 


13.63 


132 


1583 


35 


16.21 


216 


6—7 


8-10 


927 


7 


4.66 


150 


2286 


16 


15.13 


106 


1474 


23 


18.29 


126 


8-10 


11-15 


745 


8 


4.01 


200 


1897 


16 


15.75 


102 


1114 


34 


18.37 


185 


11-15 


16-24 


378 


5 


2.58 


194 


817 


11 


10.11 


109 


414 


8 


11.13 


72 


16-24 


1-24 


7539 


55 


35.28 


156 


17743 


148 


104.78 


141 


11912 


184 


117.41 


157 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


(-59 






60 a 


ad over 






All Age 


's at Entry 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


641 


13 


6.94 


187 


65 




1.47 




7874 


73 


38.89 


188 


1 


2 


465 


4 


6.74 


59 


58 




1.82 




5146 


44 


34.84 


126 


2 


3 


424 


7 


6.98 


100 


54 


1 


2.00 


50 


4490 


43 


32.94 


131 


3 


4 


369 


5 


6.64 


75 


43 


1 


1.76 


57 


3899 


41 


30.53 


134 


4 


5 


321 


9 


6.35 


142 


37 




1.65 




3385 


40 


28.20 


142 


5 


1—5 


2220 


38 


33.65 


113 


257 


2 


8.70 


230 


24794 


241 


165.40 


146 


1—5 


6 7 


479 


7 


10.70 


65 


57 


2 


2.83 


71 


5361 


67 


47.92 


140 


6—7 


8-10 


463 


16 


12.70 


126 


57 


2 


3.48 


57 


5207 


64 


54.26 


118 


8-10 


11-15 


302 


9 


11.78 


76 


49 


3 


4.14 


72 


4107 


70 


54.05 


130 


11-15 


16-24 


115 


8 


7.36 


109 


18 


1 


2.26 


44 


1742 


33 


33.44 


99 


16-24 


1-24 


3579 


78 


76.19 


102 


438 


10 


21.41 


47 


41211 


475 


355.07 


134 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 


15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


^»".'r Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Y?ars ^"R-l^ 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 7 




.c 


2 109 


2 


! .36 


285 




1.00 


281 


1.04 


1 


2 3 






1 61 




.27 


175 




2 .81 


177 


.85 


2 


3 3 






»1 53 




.24 


159 




1 .75 


159 


.78 


3 


4 3 






)1 45 


^ 


! .21 


139 




1 .67 


138 


1 .69 


4 


5 3 






)1 34 




.16 


119 




2 .58 


123 


.64 


5 


6 3 






)1 26 




.12 


106 




.52 


110 


.58 


6 


7 2 






)1 19 




.09 


82 




.41 


99 


.53 


7 


8 1 






)0 17 




.08 


70 




1 .35 


85 


1 .47 


8 


9 






15 




.07 


56 




1 .29 


66 


1 .38 


9 


10 






10 




L .05 


49 




.25 


57 


.34 


10 


11 






8 




.04 


41 




.22 


46 


.29 


11 


12 






6 




.03 


35 




.19 


42 


.28 


12 


13 






4 




.02 


27 




.15 


35 


.25 


13 


14 






4 




.02 


21 




.12 


30 


1 .23 


14 


15 










.01 


15 




.09 


25 


1 .20 


15 


16 










.01 


12 




.07 


14 


.12 


16 


17 










.01 


8 




.05 


13 


1 .12 


17 


18 










.01 


7 




.05 


10 


.10 


18 


19 










.01 


6 




.05 


8 


.08 


19 


20 










.01 


5 




.04 


6 


.07 


20 


21 


















3 


.04 


21 


22 


















2 


.03 


22 


23 


















2 


.03 


23 


24 


















1 


.02 


24 


1—5 1< 


} 




36 302 


i 


i 1.24 


877 




6 3.81 


878 


1 4.00 


1-5 


6-24 ( 


5 




32 115 




1 .58 


540 




2 2.85 


654 


5 4.16 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


262 




1 1.07 


208 


1 


.98 


127 


1 


.81 


86 




,78 


1 


2 


179 




1 .93 


149 


2 


.95 


99 




.87 


67 




.84 


2 


3 


152 




1 .82 


126 




.87 


91 


1 


.86 


61 


1 


.84 


3 


4 


136 




.78 


109 


3 


.82 


80 


1 


.83 


59 


2 


.89 


4 


5 


118 




3 .70 


98 




.78 


68 




.77 


53 




.86 


5 


6 


101 




1 .63 


81 




.69 


62 


4 


.76 


47 




.82 


6 


7 


90 




.59 


67 


1 


.61 


52 


2 


.69 


45 


2 


.86 


7 


8 


75 




1 .53 


57 




.56 


38 


1 


.54 


34 




.70 


8 


9 


59 




.44 


47 


3 


.50 


30 


2 


.46 


27 


2 


.61 


9 


10 


54 




.43 


40 




.46 


21 


1 


.35 


22 


1 


.54 


10 


11 


43 




1 .37 


31 


1 


.39 


18 




.33 


11 


1 


.30 


11 


12 


36 




.33 


26 




.35 


17 




.33 


7 




.21 


12 


13 


27 




.26 


22 




.32 


15 




.32 


6 




.20 


13 


14 


21 




.22 


18 


2 


.28 


11 




.26 


6 




.22 


14 


15 


20 




.23 


11 




.19 


9 




.23 


6 




.24 


15 


16 


17 




.21 


7 




.13 


7 




.20 


5 




.22 


16 


17 


15 




.20 


6 




.12 


5 




.16 


4 




.19 


17 


18 


14 




.20 


5 




.11 


4 




.14 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


13 




.21 


4 


1 


.10 


4 




.15 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


10 




.17 


1 




.03 


2 




.08 








20 


21 


4 




.07 


1 




.03 


1 




.05 








21 


22 


3 




.06 


1 




.03 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


2 




.04 








1 




.06 








23 


24 


1 




.02 














. : 






24 


1—5 


847 




6 4.30 


690 


6 


4.40 


465 


3 


4.14 


326 


<- 


i 4.21 


1-J 


6-24 


605 




3 5.21 


425 


8 


4.90 


298 


11 


5.16 


225 


t 


) 5.39 


6-2^ 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 


41 




.50 


24 




.38 


13 




.27 9 


25 


1 


30 




.47 


20 




.41 


12 




.33 8 1 


.33 


2 


25 




.46 


17 




.41 


10 




.32 7 


.34 


3 


4 


22 




.44 


15 




.40 


9 




.32 6 


.32 


4 


5 


19 




.42 


13 




.38 


5 




.20 6 


.34 


5 


6 


17 




.41 


12 




.39 


4 




.17 5 


.32 


6 


7 


15 




.40 


11 




.39 


3 




.14 4 


.29 


7 


8 


12 




.35 


8 




.31 


3 




.15 2 


.13 


8 


9 


9 




.29 


6 




.26 


3 




.17 2 


.14 


9 


10 


7 




.25 


4 




.19 


3 




.19 2 


.16 


10 


11 


5 




.20 


3 




.15 


2 




.13 2 


.17 


11 


12 


5 




.21 


1 




.06 


2 




.14 2 1 


.18 


12 


13 


3 




.14 


1 




.06 


1 




.08 




13 


14 


1 




.05 


1 




.07 












14 


15 


1 




.06 


















15 


16 


1 




.06 


















16 


17 


1 




.07 


















17 


18 
























18 


19 
























19 


20 
























20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


137 


2 


2.29 


8S 




1.98 


4S 


> 


1.44 36 1 


1.58 


1—5 


6-24 


77 


3 


2.49 


47 


2 


1.88 


21 


1 


1.17 19 1 


1.39 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


401 
239 
215 
187 
156 


2 
2 
1 

3 

2 


1.38 
1.09 
1.00 

.89 
.75 


145 
183 
100 
337 
267 


543 

356 
311 
274 
241 


1 
1 
1 
1 

3 


2.11 

1.78 
1.60 
1.47 
1.34 


47 
56 
63 
68 
224 


335 

248 
217 
189 
166 


2 
2 
1 

4 


1.79 

1.82 
1.73 
1.65 
1.55 


112 
110 

58 
242 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1198 

238 

218 

162 

43 


10 
3 


5.11 

1.16 

1.09 

.89 

.31 


196 

275 


1725 
400 
396 
325 
138 


7 
1 
3 

3 

1 


8.30 
2.33 
2.59 
2.66 
1.79 


84 

43 

116 

113 

56 


1155 

262 

233 

178 

50 


9 

7 
7 
3 
2 


8.54 
2.75 
2.87 
3.00 
1.44 


105 
255 
244 
100 
139 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1859 


13 


8.56 


152 


2984 


15 


17.67 


85 


1878 


28 


18.60 


151 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


151 

117 

103 

96 

85 


1 

1 

3 


1.66 

1.72 
1.71 
1.73 
1.66 


58 

58 

173 


22 
20 
17 

15 

11 


1 


.52 

.66 
.66 
.64 

.54 


152 


1452 
980 
863 
761 
659 


5 
7 

4 
11 

5 


7.46 

7.07 
6.70 
6.38 

5.84 


67 
99 
60 
172 
86 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


552 
147 
129 
57 
16 
901 


5 
3 
5 
2 
1 
16 


8.48 
3.27 
3.50 
2.17 
.82 
18.24 


59 

92 
143 

92 
122 

88 


85 

16 

15 

9 

125 


1 

2 
3 


3.02 
.92 
.94 
.70 

5.58 


33 

286 
54 


4715 

1063 

991 

731 

247 
7747 


32 
11 
18 
10 

4 

75 


33.45 
10.43 
10.99 
9.42 
4.36 
68.65 


96 
105 
164 
106 

92 
109 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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53. 


POri'ERIES 


: EMPLOYEES WHO MOLD ARTICLES FROM POTTERS CLAY, EXCLUDING 




FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS 








Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


21 




.07 


104 


] 


.34 


140 


1 


.49 


117 


1 


.43 


1 


2 


14 




.06 


69 


1 


.31 


93 


i , 


.43 


72 




.35 


2 


3 


13 




.06 


53 


] 


.24 


81 


1 


.38 


60 


3 


.29 


3 


4 


11 




.05 


46 




.22 


59 


1 


.28 


45 




.23 


4 


5 


9 




.04 


39 




.19 


52 


1 


.25 


38 




.20 


5 


6 


6 




.03 


29 




.14 


39 


2 


.19 


33 




.17 


6 


7 


4 




.02 


28 




.14 


28 




.14 


25 


i 


.14 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


18 




.09 


24 




.12 


19 




.10 


8 


9 


4 




.02 


14 




.07 


20 


, , 


.10 


19 


1 


.11 


9 


10 


4 




.02 


11 




.05 


18 


2 


.09 


17 




.10 


10 


11 


3 




.01 


10 




.05 


14 




.07 


12 




.07 


11 


12 


3 




.01 


9 




.05 


11 




.06 


9 




.06 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


8 




.04 


10 


, , 


.06 


8 




.06 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


7 




.04 


8 




.05 


7 




.05 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


6 




.03 


7 




.04 


7 




.06 


15 


16 






.01 


5 




.03 


5 




.03 


6 




.05 


16 


17 






.01 


4 




.02 


5 




.03 


6 


i 


.05 


17 


18 






.01 


2 




.01 


4 




.03 


4 




.04 


18 


19 






.01 








2 


1 


.02 


2 




.02 


19 


20 






.01 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


20 


21 






.01 








1 




.01 


. , 






21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


68 


1 


.28 


311 




5 1.30 


425 


4 


1.83 


332 


4 


1.50 


1-5 


6-24 


42 




.22 


151 




.76 


197 


5 


1.05 


175 


3 


1.09 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


78 




.32 


48 




L .23 


23 


] 


L .15 


10 




)9 1 


2 


57 




.30 


40 




.26 


15 


] 


L .13 


5 




)6 2 


3 


50 




.27 


34 




.23 


12 


. 


.11 


5 




)7 3 


4 


43 




.25 


32 




.24 


12 


1 


L .12 


4 




)6 4 


5 


40 


i 


.24 


26 




.21 


11 




.12 


4 




)7 5 


6 


33 




.20 


19 




.16 


8 




.10 


1 




)2 6 


7 


28 




.18 


14 




.13 


8 




.11 


1 




)2 7 


8 


24 




.17 


12 




.12 


7 




.10 


1 




)2 8 


9 


22 




.17 


11 




.12 


5 




.08 


1 




)2 9' 


10 


20 




.16 


10 




.12 


4 




.07 


1 




)2 10 


11 


19 




.16 


5 




.06 


4 




.07 






11 


12 


17 


i 


.15 


4 




.05 


4 




.08 






12 


13 


13 




.13 


3 




.04 


3 




.06 






13 


14 


11 




.12 


3 




.05 


2 




.05 






14 


15 


9 




.10 


1 




.02 


2 




.05 






15 


16 


8 




.10 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 






16 


17 


5 




.07 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 






17 


18 


4 




.06 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 






18 


19 


4 




.06 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 






19 


20 


4 




.07 


1 




.03 












20 


21 


2 




.04 


















21 


22 


1 




.02 


















22 


23 


, ^ 






















23 


24 














. . 








- 


24 


1—5 


268 


1 


1.38 


180 


] 


I 1.17 


73 


fc 


5 .63 


28 


I .: 


55 1-5 


6-24 


224 


1 


1.96 


87 




.98 


51 


, 


.90 


5 


_ 


10 6-24 



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FOREMEN AND SUPERINTENDENTS ' ^-^^^U^ING 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 

.03 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.02 



.17 

.02 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 



.02 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.06 
.04 
.04 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.24 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



.27 
.23 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


265 

176 
147 
116 
100 


2 
1 

2 
2 
1 


.90 

.80 
.68 
.55 
.48 


222 
125 
294 
364 
208 


195 
129 
110 

88 
78 


1 

3 

i 


.75 

.65 
.56 
.48 
.44 


133 
536 
227 


71 

55 
46 
44 
37 


2 
1 

1 


.38 

.39 
.34 
.36 
.33 


526 
256 

278 


1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


804 
134 
117 
104 
35 


8 
2 
2 

1 


3.41 
.66 

.58 
.54 
.25 


235 
303 
345 

400 


600 
119 
121 
112 

47 


5 
1 

1 
1 

1 


2.88 
.69 
.81 
.96 
.59 


174 
145 
123 
104 
169 


253 

49 

49 

31 

9 


4 


1.80 
.50 
.61 
.53 
.24 


222 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1194 


13 


5.44 


239 


999 


9 


5.93 


152 


391 


4 


3.68 


109 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


14 

7 
7 
6 
5 




.15 
.09 
.11 
.10 
.09 


909 


3 
3 
3 
2 
2 




.07 
.11 

.12 
.10 
.11 




548 

370 
313 
256 
222 


5 
2 

6 
3 
2 


2.25 

2.04 
1.81 
1.59 
1.45 


222 
98 
331 
189 
138 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


39 
3 
3 




.54 
.06 
.06 


185 


13 
2 
1 




.51 
.15 
.08 


1250 


1709 

307 

291 

247 

91 


18 
3 

4 
1 
2 


9.14 
2.06 
2.14 
2.03 
1.08 


197 
146 
187 
49 
185 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


45 


1 


.66 


152 


16 


1 


.74 


135 


2645 


28 


16.45 


170 


1-24 



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TABLE III (Continued) 

EMPLOYEES, EXCLUDING FOREMEN, SUPERINTENDENTS, OFFICE EMPLOYEE! 
AND THOSE MOLDING AND GLAZING POTTERY 



Ages at ] 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


a.tice 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


52 




.16 


214 




.71 


222 


1 


.78 


175 


] 


I .65 


1 


2 


35 




.15 


125 




! .56 


138 


2 


.63 


113 




.54 


2 


3 


25 




.11 


103 




.47 


118 




.55 


102 


] 


I .50 


3 


4 


16 




.07 


92 




.43 


99 




.48 


87 




.44 


4 


5 


12 




.06 


75 




L .36 


77 




.38 


67 




.35 


5 


6 


10 




.05 


63 




.30 


66 


1 


.32 


58 




.31 


6 


7 


9 




.04 


53 




.26 


57 




.29 


53 




.29 


7 


8 


5 




.02 


45 




I .22 


48 


1 


.24 


46 




.25 


8 


9 


4 




.02 


37 




.18 


40 




.20 


42 




.24 


9 


10 






.00 


28 




.14 


31 




.16 


39 




.23 


10 


11 






.00 


21 




.11 


25 




.13 


32 


] 


I .20 


11 


12 






.00 


19 




.10 


19 




.10 


27 




.18 


12 


13 






.00 


16 




.08 


15 




.08 


22 




.15 


13 


14 






.00 


15 




.08 


15 




.09 


16 




.12 


14 


15 






.00 


14 




.07 


13 




.08 


16 




.13 


15 


16 






.01 


12 




I .06 


12 




.07 


11 




.09 


16 


17 






.01 


9 




.05 


12 




.08 


10 




.09 


17 


18 






.01 


6 




.03 


8 




.06 


10 




.10 


18 


19 






.01 


4 




.02 


8 




.06 


7 




.07 


19 


20 






.01 


3 




.02 


5 




.04 


7 




.08 


20 


21 






.01 


2 




.01 


3 




.03 


1 




.01 


21 


22 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 








22 


23 














1 




.01 








23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


140 


1 


.55 


609 




5 2.53 


654 


3 


2.82 


544 


2 2.48 


1-5 


6-24 


40 


1 


.19 


348 




2 1.74 


380 


2 


2.06 


397 




I 2.54 


6-24 




Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


a.nce 
Years 


1 


118 




.48 


58 




.27 


29 




.19 


9 




.08 


1 


2 


74 




.38 


41 




.26 


24 




.21 


8 




.10 


2 


3 


62 




.33 


37 




.26 


20 




.19 


7 




.10 


3 


4 


53 




.30 


29 




.22 


16 




.17 


7 




.11 


4 


5 


45 


2 


.27 


27 




.22 


15 




.17 


7 




.11 


5 


6 


39 




.24 


23 




.20 


14 




.17 


7 




.12 


6 


7 


33 


1 


.22 


21 




.19 


13 




.17 


7 




.13 


7 


8 


31 




.22 


18 




.18 


11 




.16 


5 




.10 


8 


9 


28 




.21 


16 




1 .17 


10 




.15 


5 




.11 


9 


10 


24 


1 


.19 


14 




.16 


10 




.17 


5 




.12 


10 


11 


18 




.15 


14 




.18 


9 




.16 


4 




I .11 


11 


12 


17 




.15 


12 




1 .16 


6 




.12 


3 




.09 


12 


13 


14 




.14 


10 




.15 


5 




.11 


3 




.10 


13 


14 


12 




.13 


8 




.13 


5 




.12 


2 




.07 


14 


15 


8 




.09 


8 




.14 


5 




.13 


2 




.08 


15 


16 


6 




.08 


8 




.15 


3 




.08 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


6 




.08 


8 




.16 


3 




.09 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


5 




.07 


7 




.15 


1 




.03 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


3 




.05 


3 




.07 












.06 


19 


20 


3 




.05 


2 




.05 












.06 


20 


21 


2 




.04 


















.07 


21 


22 


1 




.02 


















.07 


22 


23 
























.08 


23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


352 


2 


1.76 


192 




1.23 


104 




.93 


38 




.50 


1-5 


6-24 


250 


2 


2.13 


172 




I 2.24 


95 


2 


1.66 


54 




I 1.67 


6-24 



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55. POTTERIES 


: EMPLOYEES, 


EXCLUDING FOREMEN, SUPERINTENDENTS, 


OFFICE 


EMPLOYEES 


AND THOSE MOLDING AND GLAZING POTTERY 




Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 1 60-62 


63 and over 


Insiir- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected Exposed 


Actual 


Expected Exposed [ Actual 1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


8 




.10 


2 




.03 












1 


2 


7 




.11 


2 




.04 












2 


3 


5 




.09 


2 




.05 












3 


4 


4 




.08 


2 




.05 












4 


5 


4 




.09 


2 




.06 












5 


6 


4 




.10 


2 




.06 












6 


7 


3 




.08 


2 




.07 












7 


8 


3 




.09 






.04 












8 


9 


2 




.06 






.04 












9 


10 


2 




.07 






.05 












10 


11 






.04 






.05 












11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


12 






.04 






.06 












13 






.05 






.06 












14 






.05 






.07 












15 






.06 


















16 






.06 


















17 






.07 


















18 
























19 


19 
























20 


20 
























21 


21 
























22 


22 
























23 


23 
























24 


24 


























1—5 


28 


1 


.47 


1( 


) 


.23 












1—5 


6^24 


7\ 


1 


.77 


11 1 


.50 










6-24 


SYNOPSIS 




Ages at Entrv 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 




Insur- 
ance 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio Exposed 
% to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 

4 

c 


485 

29i 
24( 
20' 
16^ 




1 1.6 
i 1.3 
1 1.1 
.9 
1 .8 


5 61 

i 299 

3 88 

8 

125 


29 

18 
16 
14 
11 


3 1 

7 

4 1 


2 2 


1.13 
.92 
.83 
.74 
.62 


88 8' 
6. 

120 5' 
4. 

323 4: 


7 
5 
7 
5 
I 


.46 
.47 
.45 
.39 
.39 




1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1 1/1 


140. 

25! 

23< 

17 

9 

01 7 


1 1 


7 5.9 

2 1.2 

2 1.1 

.9 

1 .6 

2 9.8 


119 
6 159 

8 169 
2 

3 159 

9 121 


89 
18 
21 
18 
7 
154 


6 4 
3 1 
1 

2 1 
2 

3 7 


4.24 
1.06 
1.34 
1.44 
.83 
8.91 


94 29( 

94 7 

75 7 

69 8 

3 

79 56 


3 

1 1 

3 1 

2 2 

5 

3 4 


2.16 
.73 
.99 

1.40 
.78 

6.06 


137 
101 
143 

66 


6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1-24 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Exposed 
to Risk 


Actua! 
Death. 


50-59 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposeii 
to Risk 


60 ai 

Actual 
Deaths 


id over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio Exposed 
% to Risk 


AllAg 

Actual 
Deaths 


es at Entry 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 


1 


9 


.2 


1 








88 
56 


7 2 
7 4 


3.45 
2.98 


13^ 


2 


2 


1 


7 


.2 


5 








48 


1 3 


2.65 


IL 


3 


3 


1 


4 


1 .2 


4 417 








40 


5 


2.35 




4 


4 


1 

1 


3 

•2 


.2 

.2 


4 
6 








33 


1 2 

1 i: 

7 t 


2.07 
» 1 1 ^n 


14 
a 


5 5 
3 1—5 


5 

1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


7 


6 


1 1.2 


83 








267 

53 


, 3.61 


16 


5 6-7 


2 


5 


2 .5 


6 357 








55 


3 ' 


[ 4.15 


9 


5 8-10 


2 


5 


.f 


8 








46 


4 ' 


1 4.69 


8 


5 11-15 


2 

1 


3 
3 


1 ■? 


»3 108 

7 








21 
44: 


4 

(9 2 


I 3.01 
7 29.0C 


3 
) 9 


3 16-24 
31 1-24 


1-24 


16 


2 


4 4.1 


4 


_9y 





















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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


54 




.17 


670 


6 


2.21 


687 




5 2.40 


472 


4 


1.75 


1 


2 


32 


1 


.14 


348 


5 


1.57 


420 




3 1.93 


294 


2 


1.41 


2 


3 


25 




.11 


283 


2 


1.30 


. 357 




4 1.68 


252 


4 


1.23 


3 


4 


18 




.08 


227 


2 


1.07 


310 




1 1.49 


221 




1.11 


4 


5 


14 




.06 


194 




.93 


253 




2 1.24 


185 


1 


.96 


5 


6 


12 




.06 


169 


3 


.81 


216 




1 1.06 


167 


2 


.89 


6 


7 


7 




.03 


120 




.59 


179 




1 .90 


129 


1 


.70 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


86 


1 


.42 


145 




.73 


103 


1 


.57 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


71 




.35 


120 




1 .61 


81 


, , 


.46 


9 


10 


3 




.01 


48 




.24 


92 




.48 


60 


1 


.35 


10 


11 


2 




.01 


36 




.18 


63 




1 .33 


48 




.30 


11 


12 


2 




.01 


30 




.15 


54 




1 .29 


4'2 




.28 


12 


13 


2 




.01 


25 




.13 


32 




.18 


29 




.20 


13 


14 


1 




.00 


18 




.09 


20 




.11 


23 




.17 


14 


15 


1 




.00 


12 




.06 


11 




.06 


16 




.13 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


7 




.04 


6 




.04 


14 




.12 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


4 




.03 


11 




.10 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


4 




.03 


8 




.08 


18 


19 








2 




.01 


4 




.03 


3 


1 


.03 


19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


143 




I .56 


1722 


15 


7.08 


2027 




L5 8.74 


1424 


11 


6.46 


1-5 


6-24 


38 




.17 


634 


4 


3.13 


950 




5 4.88 


734 


6 


4.38 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



253 

163 

144 

127 

117 

98 

83 

66 

49 

37 

25 

20 

14 

10 

4 

4 

2 

2 

2 



804 
416 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.04 

.85 
.78 
.72 
.69 
.61 
.55 
.46 
.37 
.30 
.21 
.18 
.14 
.11 
.05 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.03 



4.08 
3.12 



121 

85 

70 

60 

48 

40 

37 

29 

25 

18 

14 

10 

6 

5 

5 

4 

3 

1 

1 



384 
198 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.57 
.54 
.48 
.45 
.38 
.34 
.34 
.28 
.27 
.21 
.18 
.14 
.09 
.08 
.09 
.07 
.06 
.02 
.02 



2.42 
2.19 



55 

42 

36 

30 

26 

24 

23 

17 

17 

12 

7 

4 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



189 
114 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.35 
.37 
.34 

.31 
.29 
.29 
.30 
.24 
.26 
.20 
.13 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.03 
.03 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.66 

1.76 



31 

27 

24 

22 

17 

14 

11 

8 

7 

4 

4 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



121 
58 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.28 
.34 
.33 
.33 
.28 
.25 
.21 
.16 
.16 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



1.56 
1.37 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 

8 
7 
7 
6 
4 



38 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.12 
.13 
.13 
.14 
.13 
.10 

.03 



.65 
.13 



TABLE III (Continued) 
TRAINMEN, NOT CONDUCTORS (EXCLUDING ISSUES PRIOR TO 1890) 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 



57-59 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 

.06 
.07 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 



.27 
.11 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 

.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.06 



.35 
.45 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 
6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


' Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1411 

800 
665 
555 
461 


11 

9 
6 
3 

2 


4.78 

3.64 
3.09 
2.64 
2.23 


230 
247 
194 
114 
90 


725 
457 
396 
348 
302 


4 
4 
5 
1 
1 


2.79 
2.26 

2.01 
1.83 
1.65 


143 

177 

249 

55 

61 


176 

127 

106 

90 

74 


1 

3 
1 
1 


.92 
.91 

.82 
.76 
.67 


109 
330 
122 
132 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3892 

703 

572 

309 

38 


31 

5 
2 
2 


16.38 

3.45 

2.87 

1.61 

.25 


189 

145 

70 

124 


2228 

477 

396 

231 

46 


15 
4 
3 

1 
1 


10.54 
2.75 
2.51 

1.77 
.47 


142 
145 
120 
56 
213 


573 

124 

118 

57 

13 


6 
1 


4.08 

1.27 

1.46 

.93 

.29 


147 
68 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5514 


40 


24.56 


163 


3378 


24 


18.04 


133 


885 


7 


8.03 


87 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


45 

38 
34 
31 
24 


1 

1 
1 


.46 
.53 
.53 

.52 
.44 


217 

189 
192 


4 
2 
2 

2 
2 




.08 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 




2361 

1424 

1203 

1026 

863 


17 

16 

13 

6 

3 


9.03 
7.40 
6.51 
5.82 
5.07 


188 
216 
200 
103 
59 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


172 

32 

20 

11 

3 


3 
1 


2.48 
.66 
.46 
.35 
.14 


121 
152 


12 

4 
5 


1 


.35 
.18 
.27 


370 

■ • 


6877 
1340 

nil 

608 
100 


55 
10 

7 
3 

1 


33.83 
8.31 
7.57 
4.66 
1.15 


163 

120 

92 

64 

87 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


238 


4 


4.09 


98 


21 


1 


.80 


125 


10036 


76 


55.52 


137 


1-24 



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57. RAILWAYS: LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (EXCLUDING ISSUES PRIOR TO 1890) 




Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


il Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


IS Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


26 




.08 


495 


2 


1.63 


1894 




15 6.63 


2786 


23 


10.31 


1 


2 


14 




.06 


259 


3 


1.17 


1116 




10 5.13 


1882 


13 


9.03 


2 


3 


13 




.06 


221 


4 


1.02 


967 




4 4.54 


1693 


14 


8.30 


3 


4 


11 




.05 


189 




.89 


808 




9 3.88 


1501 


10 


7.51 


4 


5 


11 




.05 


152 




.73 


705 




8 3.45 


1342 


8 


6.98 


5 


6 


10 


. 


.05 


134 


1 


.64 


609 




4 2.98 


1190 


11 


6.31 


6 


7 


2 




.02 


92 


1 


.45 


470 




5 2.35 


960 


6 


5.18 


7 


8 


^ 




.01 


68 




.33 


373 




3 1.87 


775 


6 


4.26 


8 


9 


; 




.01 


47 




.23 


293 




2 1.49 


643 


5 


3.67 


9 


10 


^ 




.01 


37 


3 


.18 


230 




2 1.20 


501 


6 


2.96 


10 


11 


1 




.00 


26 




.13 


181 




3 .96 


383 


3 


2.37 


11 


12 


1 




.00 


20 




.10 


144 




1 .78 


296 


2 


1.95 


12 


13 


1 




.00 


13 




.07 


94 




2 .52 


219 


6 


1.53 


13 


14 


1 




.00 


7 




.04 


64 




1 .36 


126 


5 


.95 


14 


15 








5 




.03 


46 




1 .27 


78 


1 


.62 


15 


16 








4 




.02 


33 




1 .20 


50 




.43 


16 


17 








3 




.02 


21 




.14 


43 




.39 


17 


18 








2 




.01 


14 




.10 


28 




.27 


18 


19 








1 




.01 


6 




.05 


16 


3 


.17 


19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


7; 


. 


.30 


1316 


9 


5.44 


5490 


46 23.63 


9204 


68 


42.13 


1-5 


6-24 


2i 


! 


.10 


459 


6 


2.26 


2578 


25 13.27 


5308 


54 


31.06 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2507 

1697 

1527 

1358 

1199 

1059 

853 

699 

566 

447 

338 

259 

175 

115 

67 

50 

38 

1 



Actual 
Deaths 



8288 
4692 



25 

9 

13 

11 

12 

10 

5 

9 

8 

7 

2 

3 

2 



70 
51 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10.28 

8.82 

8.25 

7.74 

7.07 

6.57 

5.63 

4.89 

4.25 

3.58 

2.87 

2.36 

1.72 

1.22 

.77 

.63 

.51 

.26 

.13 



42.16 
35.39 



1379 

988 

894 

784 

693 

596 

483 

395 

328 

269 

200 

143 

110 

71 

32 

19 

12 



4738 
2669 



Actual 
Deaths 



12 

9 

18 

11 

11 

16 

9 

6 

5 

1 

3 

2 



61 

43 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



6.48 

6.32 

6.17 

5.88 

5.54 

5.07 

4.40 

3.87 

3.48 

3.09 

2.50 

1.93 

1.61 

1.12 

.55 

.35 

.24 

.18 

.07 



30.39 
28.46 



689 

468 

411 

354 

287 

239 

194 

159 

126 

101 

66 

53 

38 

23 

12 

6 

5 

5 

3 



2209 
1030 



Actual 
Deaths 



10 
4 
1 
3 
6 

1 
4 
5 
4 
2 

1 
1 



24 
19 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



4.41 
4.12 

3.90 

3.68 

3.24 

2.92 

2.56 

2.27 

1.94 

1.69 

1.19 

1.04 

.81 

.54 

.31 

.17 

.16 

.17 

.11 



19.35 

15.88 



306 

227 

211 

171 

145 

120 

94 

71 

59 

44 

27 

21 

16 

10 

5 

1 

1 

1 



1060 
470 



Actual 
Deaths 



27 
13 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.78 

2.84 

2.91 

2.57 

2.36 

2.10 

1.79 

1.46 

1.33 

1.09 

.73 

.63 

.53 

.37 

.20 

.04 

.05 

.05 



13.46 
10.37 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-S 

6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



100 
79 
72 

54 

46 

36 

33 

27 

22 

14 

9 

7 

6 

4 

3 

1 

1 



351 
163 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.22 
1.25 
1.32 

1.09 
1.01 
.86 
.87 
.79 
.71 
.50 
.35 
.30 
.28 
.21 
.17 
.06 
.07 



5.89 
5.17 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



53 

37 
34 
30 
27 
24 
18 
17 
12 
10 
7 



181 
93 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Death.s 



.85 

.75 
.82 
.79 
.79 
.77 
.64 
.66 
.51 
.47 
.36 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 



4.00 
3.75 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 
16 
14 

12 
8 
6 
6 
5 
4 
3 
1 



72 
25 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.45 
.4-4 
.45 
.42 
.31 
.26 
.28 
.26 
.23 
.19 
.07 



2.07 
1.29 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



27 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.19 

.22 
.26 
.19 
.21 
.23 
.12 
.07 
.07 



1.07 
.49 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


2415 

1389 

1201 

.1008 

868 


17 

13 
8 
9 
8 


8.34 

6.36 
5.62 
4.82 
4.23 


204 
204 
142 
187 
189 


5293 

3579 
3220 
2859 
2541 


48 
22 

27 
21 
20 


20.59 
17.85 
16.55 
15.25 
14.05 


233 
123 
163 
138 
142 


2068 
1456 
1305 
1138 
980 


22 

13 
19 
14 
17 


10.89 

10.44 

10.07 

9.56 

8.78 


202 
125 
189 
146 
194 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


6881 

1320 

1057 

604 

84 


55 

11 

10 

9 

1 


29.37 
6.49 
5.33 
3.26 

.55 


187 
169 
188 
276 
182 


17492 

4062 

3631 

2056 

251 


138 
32 
41 

27 

5 


84.29 
23.69 
23.61 
16.36 
2.79 


164 
135 
174 
165 
179 


6947 
1512 

1378 

748 

61 


85 
26 
25 
10 

1 


49.74 
14.95 
16.34 
11.60 
1.45 


171 
174 
153 

86 
69 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


9946 


86 


45.00 


191 


27492 


243 


150.74 


161 


10646 


147 


94.08 


156 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


459 

343 
317 
255 
218 


7 

3 

12 

6 

7 


4.85 

4.84 
5.05 
4.45 
4.16 


144 
62 
238 
135 
168 


29 
22 
20 
16 
12 


1 


.64 
.66 

.71 
.61 

.52 


156 


10264 
6789 
6063 
5276 
4619 


95 
51 
66 
50 

52 


45.31 

40.15 
38.00 
34.69 
31.74 


210 
127 
174 
144 
164 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1592 

325 

276 

119 

6 


35 
13 
10 

2 
2 


23.35 

7.03 

7.52 

4.39 

.35 


150 
185 
133 
46 
571 


99 
18 
14 

1 


1 
1 

1 


3.14 
.89 
.82 
.07 


32 
112 

1429 


33011 

7237 

6356 

3528 

402 


314 

83 

86 

49 

9 


189.89 

53.05 

53.62 

35.68 

5.14 


165 
156 
160 
137 
175 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2318 


62 


42.64 


145 


132 


3 


4.92 


61 


50534 


541 


337.38 


160 


1-24 



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1890) 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insi 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


an( 
Yea 


1 


220 


A 


t ■ .( 


)8 2394 




L7 7.90 


2080 


27 


7.28 


842 


5 3.12 


] 


2 


121 


1 


c 


)2 1121 




11 5.04 


1027 


13 


4.72 


454 


2 2.18 




3 


100 




! A 


t5 936 




6 4.31 


876 


4 


4.12 


393 


3 1.93 


i 


4 


72 




• V. 


i3 769 




3 3.61 


727 


4 


3.49 


339 


3 1.70 


{ 


5 


62 




• .<: 


!9 625 




5 3.00 


629 


4 


3.08 


311 


3 1.62 


I 


6 


45 






Jl 547 




3 2.63 


549 


2 


2.69 


272 


3 1.44 


( 


7 


30 






L4 416 




6 2.04 


441 


3 


2.21 


222 


1 1.20 


5 


8 


22 






LO 303 




3 1.48 


347 


4 


1.74 


192 


1 1.06 


i 


9 


14 






)7 225 




4 1.10 


268 


1 


1.37 


164 


.93 


? 


10 


8 






)4 156 




.76 


203 


1 


1.06 


134 


3 .79 


IC 


11 


^ 






)2 89 




.45 


152 


3 


.81 


95 


1 .59 


11 


12 


^ 






)1 61 




1 .31 


109 




.59 


71 


2 .47 


12 


13 


2 






)1 42 




1 .21 


69 


2 


.38 


49 


1 .34 


13 


14 


^ 
1 






)1 30 




.16 


37 




.21 


25 


.19 


U 


15 








20 




.11 


23 


2 


.14 


13 


.10 


15 


16 








15 




.08 


13 


, , 


.08 


5 


.04 


16 


17 








14 




.08 


11 


, , 


.07 


5 


.05 


17 


18 








4 




.02 


6 




.04 


3 


.03 


IS 


19 












.01 


3 




.02 






19 


20 
























20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
















, , 








23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


hll 


1( 


) 2.: 


n 5845 


I 


12 23.86 


5339 


52 


22.69 


2339 


16 10.55 


1- 


6-24 


13C 


) 


I .( 


)1 1923 


] 


18 9.44 


2231 


18 


11.41 


1250 


12 7.23 


6-2 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



274 

168 

146 

126 

105 

90 

77 

67 

53 

43 

31 

21 

16 

11 

2 

1 

1 

1 



819 

414 



1.12 
.87 
.79 
.72 
.62 
.56 
.51 
.47 
.40 
.34 
.26 
.19 
.16 
.12 
.02 
.01 
01 
01 



4.12 
3.06 



83 

52 

45 

41 

36 

33 

26 

20 

17 

14 

10 

7 

5 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 



257 
140 



.39 
.33 
.31 
.31 
.29 
.28 
.24 
.20 
.18 
.16 
.13 
.09 
.07 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 



1.63 
1.49 



35 

26 

23 

19 

16 

14 

13 

11 

8 

7 

5 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

3 

2 

1 



119 

84 



.22 
.23 
.22 
.20 
.18 
.17 
.17 
.16 
.12 
.12 
.09 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.09 
.07 
.04 



1.05 
1.50 



18 
2 



.05 
.06 
.06 
.05 
.02 
.02 
02 



.24 
.04 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



21 
10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.07 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.05 
,06 
.06 
.04 



.35 

.28 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 



.02 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years . 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


4694 

2269 
1912 
1568 
1316 


48 
26 

12 

7 

11 


15.86 
10.28 

8.88 
7.43 
6.37 


303 
253 
135 
94 
173 


111 
62 

53< 
46, 
41( 




7 4.2' 
5 3.0, 
5 2.7; 
5 2.4; 
5 2.2^ 


I 16, 
5 16^ 

I 22 
I 12^ 
i 13^ 


) 118 

t 78 
I 68 
[ 60 
t 52 


2 


.61 
.56 

.53 
.51 

.47 


357 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


11759 

2028 

1546 

643 

67 


104 

14 

14 

9 


48.82 

9.92 

7.72 

3.42 

.40 


213 
141 
181 
263 


315f 

66 

65: 

33^ 

1( 


i 2^ 
[ t 
5 ( 


t 14.6' 

J 3.7] 

-■> 2A4 
.U 


7 164 
I 162 
) 15C 
t 246 


[ 376 
' 86 
) 77 
> 48 
13 


2 
3 
2 


2.68 
.86 
.94 
.82 
.37 


75 
349 
213 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


16043 


141 


70.28 


201 


482: 


! 4: 


'. 24.9e 


) 16S 


600 


7 


5.67 


123 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


12 

10 
8 
6 
4 


1 


.14 
.14 

.13 

.11 

.09 


714 










5940 

2979 
2527 
2099 

1788 


56 

33 
18 
10 
14 


20.85 

14.03 

12.26 

10.47 

9.17 


269 
235 
147 
96 
153 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


40 

7 
5 


1 

1 
1 


.61 
.16 
.16 


164 
625 
625 










15333 

2782 

2281 

1025 

96 


131 
24 
23 
15 


66.78 

14.65 

12.81 

6.68 

.92 


196 
164 

180 
225 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 52 


3 


.93 


323 










21517 


193 


101.84 


190 


1-24 



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CLERKS AND YARD MASTERS 



Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ins 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Ye 


1 


262 


4 


.81 


945 


3 


3.12 


1137 


3 


3.98 


1031 


7 


3.81 




2 


164 


3 


.71 


557 


1 


2.51 


711 


1 


3.27 


687 


5 


3.30 




3 


117 




.53 


456 


4 


2.10 


605 


6 


2.84 


599 


9 


2.94 




4 


89 


1 


.41 


368 


3 


1.73 


514 


3 


2.47 


513 


2 


2.57 




5 


65 


1 


.30 


309 


2 


1.48 


432 


1 


2.12 


449 


2 


2.33 




6 


43 




.20 


252 




1.21 


356 


2 


1.74 


379 


6 


2.01 




7 


27 




.13 


181 




.89 


275 




1.38 


299 


3 


1.61 




8 


24 




.11 


136 


3 


.67 


222 


1 


1.11 


242 


2 


1.33 


1 


9 


20 




.10 


105 




.51 


182 




.93 


206 




1.17 


I 


10 


14 




.07 


82 




.40 


150 




.78 


178 


2 


1.05 


11 


11 


8 




.04 


64 


2 


.32 


128 


2 


.68 


136 


1 


.84 




12 


6 




.03 


51 




.26 


108 




.58 


115 


1 


.76 




13 


6 




.03 


47 




.24 


89 




.49 


95 


. . 


.67 


I, 


14 


4 




.02 


36 




.19 


70 


2 


.40 


81 


2 


.61 


1. 


15 


2 




.01 


29 




.15 


56 


1 


.33 


66 




.53 


11 


16 


2 




.01 


15 




.08 


46 




.29 


50 




.43 


ll 


17 


2 




.01 


13 




.07 


36 




.24 


37 




.34 


|j 


18 


2 




.01 


10 




.06 


26 




.18 


26 




.25 


1] 


19 


2 




.01 


7 




.04 


22 




.17 


19 




.20 


11 


20 


2 




.01 


5 




.03 


17 


2 


.14 


12 




.14 


2i 


21 


1 




.01 


2 




.01 


3 




.03 


5 




.06 




22 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


2 




.02 


3 




.04 




23 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 


3 




.04 


Z\ 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


1 




.02 


2' 


1—5 


697 


S 


2.76 


2635 


13~ 


10.94 


3399 


14 


14.68 


3279 


25 


14.95 


1- 


6-24 


166 


1 


.81 


1038 


11 


5.16 


1791 


10 


9.52 


1953 


18 


12.10 


6-: 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insi 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Yk 


1 


865 


4 


3.55 


534 


3 


2.51 


254 


2 


1.63 


130 




1.18 




2 


568 


7 


2.95 


334 


5 


2.14 


171 


7 


1.50 


103 


2 


1.29 




3 


480 


5 


2.59 


285 


1 


1.97 


141 


6 


1.34 


88 


1 


1.21 




4 


408 


1 


2.33 


240 


4 


1.80 


114 


4 


1.19 


75 


2 


1.13 


. 


5 


354 




2.09 


203 


1 


1.62 


95 




1.07 


62 


2 


1.01 




6 


290 


2 


1.80 


171 




1.45 


83 


4 


1.01 


44 


2 


.77 




7 


236 


2 


1.56 


147 




1.34 


61 




.81 


32 




.61 




8 


188 


1 


1.32 


123 


1 


1.21 


56 


2 


.80 


26 




.54 




9 


161 




1.21 


106 


6 


1.12 


44 


3 


.68 


21 




.47 




10 


130 




1.04 


87 


3 


1.00 


32 




.53 


17 




.42 




11 


103 




.88 


66 


1 


.83 


27 




.49 


13 




.35 




12 


82 




.75 


50 


1 


.68 


23 




.45 


13 




.39 




13 


66 


1 


.65 


42 




.61 


12 


2 


.26 


12 




.40 




14 


55 




.58 


35 




.55 


10 




.23 


7 




.26 




15 


44 


1 


.51 


31 


2 


.53 


7 




.18 


7 




.28 




16 


32 




.40 


23 


2 


.43 


6 




.17 


5 




.22 




17 


30 




.41 


16 




.32 


4 




.12 


4 




.19 




18 


19 


1 


.28 


14 




.31 


4 




.14 


2 




.11 




19 


14 


3 


.22 


11 


2 


.26 


4 




.15 


2 




.12 




20 


8 




.14 


8 




.21 


3 




.13 


2 




.13 




21 


4 




.07 


2 




.06 


2 




.09 


2 




.14 




22 


2 




.04 








1 




.05 


1 




.07 


i 


23 


1 




.02 








1 




.06 


1 




.08 


i 


24 


1 




.02 




















r 
i 


1—5 


2675 


17 


13.51 


1596 


14 


10.04 


775 


19 


6.73 


458 


7 


5.82 


1- 


6-24 


1466 


11 


11.90 


932 


18 


10.91 


380 


11 


6.35 


211 


5 


5.55 


6- 



138 



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TABLE III (Continued) 
: CHECK CLERKS, FREIGHT INSPECTORS, CAR INSPECTORS, 



Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



62 
47 

41 

28 

25 

22 

17 

16 

14 

11 

7 

4 

4 

3 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



203 
112 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.76 
.74 

.75 
.56 
.55 
.53 
.45 
.47 
.45 
.39 
.27 
.17 
.19 
.15 
.17 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.09 



3.36 
4.05 



CLERKS AND YARD MASTERS 



CAR SEALERS, YARD 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



33 

27 

23 

15 

14 

13 

9 

7 

4 

4 

3 



Actual 
Deaths 



112 
45 



Expected 
Deaths 



.53 
.55 
.55 

.40 
.41 
.42 
.32 
.27 
.17 
.19 
.15 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.44 
1.86 



14 
13 

11 

9 

8 
7 
6 
4 
2 



Actual 
Deaths 



55 
19 



Expected 
Deaths 



.29 
.36 

.35 
.32 
.31 
.30 
.28 
.21 
.11 



63 and over 



1.63 
.90 



Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


V. 




.08 


1 


2. 




.07 


2 


^ 




.09 


3 






.05 


4 






.05 


5 






.06 


6 






.06 


7 






.07 


8 






.07 


9 






.08 


10 






.08 


11 






.09 


12 






.10 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


9 




.34 


1—5 


8 




.61 


6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


2344 


10 


7.91 


126 


1896 


11 




7.36 


149 


788 


5 


4.14 


121 


1 


2 


1432 


5 


6.49 


77 


1255 


12 




6.25 


192 


505 


12 


3.64 


330 


2 


3 


1178 


10 


5.47 


183 


1079 


14 




5.53 


253 


426 


7 


3.31 


211 


3 


4 


971 


7 


4.61 


152 


921 


3 




4.90 


61 


354 


8 


2.99 


268 


4 


5 


806 


4 


3.90 


103 


803 


2 




4.42 


45 


298 


1 


2.69 


37 


5 


1—5 


6731 


36 


28.38 


127 


5954 


42 




28.46 


148 


2371 


33 


16.77 


197 


1—5 


6—7 


1134 


3 


5.55 


54 


1204 


13 




6.98 


186 


462 


4 


4.61 


87 


6—7 


8-10 


935 


7 


4.68 


150 


1105 


5 




7.12 


70 


448 


15 


5.34 


281 


8-10 


11-15 


704 


9 


3.77 


239 


843 


6 




6.78 


88 


303 


6 


4.81 


125 


11-15 


16-24 


222 


3 


1.49 


201 


267 


5 




3.12 


160 


99 


4 


2.50 


160 


16-24 


1-24 


9726 


58 


43.87 


132 


9373 


71| 


52.46 


135 


3683 


62 


34.03 


182 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


)-59 






60 and 


over 






AllAg« 


!s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 




Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 




Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


225 


3 


2.47 


121 


17 






.37 




5270 


29 


22.25 


130 


1 


2 


177 


4 


2.58 


155 


15 






.43 




3384 


33 


19.39 


170 


2 


3 


152 


4 


2.51 


159 


13 






.44 


227 


2848 


36 


17.26 


209 


3 


4 


118 


3 


2.09 


144 


10 






.37 




2374 


21 


14.96 


140 


4 


5 


101 


2 


1.97 


102 


9 






.36 




2017 


9 


13.34 


67 


5 


1—5 


773 


16 


11.62 


138 


64 






1.97 


51 


15893 


128 


87.20 


147 


1—5 


6—7 


137 


4 


3.10 


129 


15 






.70 




2952 


24 


20.94 


115 


6—7 


8-10 


120 


3 


3.37 


89 


9 






.54 




2617 


30 


21.05 


143 


8-10 


11-15 


80 


4 


3.04 


132 


3 






.27 




1933 


25 


18.67 


134 


11-15 


16-24 


31 


2 


1.95 


103 












619 


14 


9.06 


155 


16-24 


1-24 


1141 


29 


23.08 


126 


91 


1 


3.48 


29 


24014 


221 


156.92 


141 


1-24 



139 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insui 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Year! 


1 


86 




5 .27 


966 


5 


3.19 


2124 


10 


7.43 


2553 


19 


9.45 


1 


2 


42 




.18 


503 


5 


2.26 


1273 


3 


5.86 


1645 


12 


7.90 


2 


3 


34 




.15 


410 


3 


1.89 


1108 


7 


5.21 


1435 


7 


7.03 


3 


4 


25 




.12 


328 


2 


1.54 


920 


8 


4.42 


1240 


11 


6.20 


4 


5 


20 




.09 


280 




1.34 


791 


■5 


3.88 


1054 


5 


5.48 


5 


6 


17 




.08 


229 


1 


1.10 


667 


2 


3.27 


885 


13 


4.69 


6 


7 


8 




.04 


178 


1 


.87 


547 


4 


2.74 


707 


3 


3.82 


7 


8 


4 




.02 


152 


2 


.74 


461 


4 


2.31 


603 


3 


3.32 


8 


9 


3 




.01 


123 




.60 


384 


1 


1.96 


525 


9 


2.99 


9 


10 


3 




.01 


101 


1 


.49 


322 


1 


1.67 


447 


2 


2.64 


10 


11 






.01 


87 




.44 


278 




1.47 


379 


1 


2.35 


11 


12 






.00 


74 




.37 


249 


, . 


1.34 


315 


2 


2.08 


12 


13 






.00 


59 




.30 


212 


1 


1.17 


267 


2 


1.87 


13 


14 






.00 


52 




.27 


182 




1.04 


232 


2 


1.74 


14 


15 








44 




.23 


152 


1 


.90 


188 


1 


1.50 


15 


16 








37 


1 


.20 


119 


1 


.74 


146 


4 


1.24 


16 


17 








30 




.17 


100 




.66 


113 


2 


1.03 


17 


18 








23 




.13 


77 


1 


.54 


81 


. . 


.79 


18 


19 








15 




.09 


59 


1 


.44 


61 


2 


' .65 


19 


20 








9 




.05 


36 




.29 


39 




.45 


20 


21 








3 




.02 


9 




.08 


17 




.21 


21 


22 








3 




.02 


8 




.07 


10 




.14 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


5 




.07 


23 


24 














2 




.02 


2 




.03 


24 


1—5 


20/ 




3 .81 


2487 


15 


10.22 


6216 


33 


26.80 


7927 


54 


36.06 


1-5 


6-24 


4C 


) 


.17 


1220 


6 


6.10 


3868 


17 


20.75 


5022 


46 


31.61 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


1977 


18 


8.11 


1200 


5 


5.64 


623 


6 


3.99 


249 


4 


2.27 


1 


2 


1275 


7 


6.63 


804 


11 


5.15 


403 


5 


3.55 


180 


3 


2.25 


2 


3 


1095 


7 


5.91 


696 


11 


4.80 


340 


1 


3.23 


154 


5 


2.13 


3 


4 


917 


9 


5.23 


593 


5 


4.45 


301 


5 


3.13 


127 


2 


1.91 


4 


5 


776 


5 


4.58 


525 


5 


4.20 


250 


7 


2.83 


111 


2 


1.81 


5 


6 


643 


6 


3.99 


439 


5 


3.73 


200 


5 


2.44 


87 


1 


1.52 


6 


7 


551 


4 


3.64 


348 


4 


3.17 


162 


4 


2.14 


72 


2 


1.37 


7 


8 


459 


2 


3.21 


298 


6 


2.92 


132 


2 


1.89 


55 




1.13 


8 


9 


397 


1 


2.98 


258 


3 


2.73 


113 




1.74 


46 


4 


1.04 


9 


10 


324 


5 


2.59 


214 


1 


2.46 


94 


1 


1.57 


39 


1 


.96 


10 


11 


261 




2.22 


1&5 


4 


2.06 


71 


1 


1.29 


31 


1 


.841 


11 


12 


222 




2.02 


139 


2 


1.88 


65 




1.27 


24 




.72 


12 


13 


191 


1 


1.87 


111 


2 


1.62 


51 




1.09 


20 


1 


.66 


13 


14 


164 


. . 


1.74 


96 


3 


1.52 


41 


1 


.96 


16 




.58 


14 


15 


138 


1 


1.59 


76 


1 


1.30 


35 




.90 


14 




.56 


15 


16 


101 




1.26 


57 


, ^ 


1.05 


26 


1 


.74 


9 




.40 


16 


17 


76 


1 


1.03 


44 


1 


.88 


18 




.56 


9 




.44 


17 


18 


59 


2 


.86 


29 


1 


.64 


14 


1 


.48 


7 


2 


.37 


18 


19 


41 


1 


.65 


20 


1 


.48 


11 




.42 


4 




.23 


19 


20 


32 




.55 


16 




.42 


7 




.29 


4 




.25 


20 


21 


17 




.31 


8 




.23 


1 




.05 


2 




.14 


21 


22 


13 




.26 


5 


, , 


.16 


1 




.05 


1 




.07 


22 


23 


7 




.15 


4 




.14 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


4 




.10 


2 




.08 














24 


1—5 


6040 


46 


30.46 


3818 


37 


24.24 


1917 


24 


16.73 


821 


16 


10.37 


1-i 


6-24 


3700 


24 


31.02 


2329 


34 


27.47 


1043 


16 


17.94 


440 


13 


11.28 


6-2 



140 



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60. 



Ages at Entry 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



117 
90 

80 

67 

59 

51 

39 

35 

28 

22 

14 

12 

10 

6 

3 

1 

1 



413 
222, 



RAILWAYS: 

54-56 



TRACK 



Actual 
Deaths 



10 

11 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.43 

1.42 
1.46 
1.35 
1.29 
1.22 
1.03 



1 



02 
.90 
.78 
.55 
.51 
.47 
.31 
.17 
.06 
.07 



6.95 
7.09 



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SUPERVISO RS AND FOREMEN, SECTION FOREMEN 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



30 

27 

25 

17 

16 

11 

10 

7 

5 

5 

4 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 



115 
58 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.48 

.55 
.60 
.45 
.47 
.35 
.35 
.27 
.21 
.24 
.21 
.23 
.19 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.08 
.09 
.10 



60-62 



2.55 
2.75 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 
1 

16 

14 

13 

12 

11 

7 

7 

6 

4 

3 

3 

2 



Actual 
Deaths 



84 
63 



Expected 
Deaths 



.47 

.50 

.51 

.50 

.51 

.51 

.52 

.36 

.40 

.37 

.27 

.22 

.23 

.17 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.15 

.16 



2.49 
4.05 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
15 
14 
11 
11 

8 
7 
6 
6 
6 



67 
35 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.42 

.56 
.62 
.53 
.59 
.47 
.45 
.41 
.45 
.49 
.08 
.09 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



2.72 
2.44 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


3176 
1818 
1552 
1273 
1091 


18 

8 

10 

10 

5 


10.89 
8.30 
7.25 
6.08 
5.31 


165 

96 

138 

164 

94 


4530 

2920 
2530 
2157 
1830 


37 
19 

14 
20 
10 


17.56 

14.53 
12.94 
11.43 
10.06 


211 
131 
108 
175 
99 


1823 
1207 

1036 
894 

775 


11 
16 
12 
10 

12 


9.63 
8.70 

8.03 
7.58 
7.03 


114 
184 
149 
132 
171 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


8910 
1646 
1553 
1394 

535 


51 
8 
9 
2 
4 


37.83 
8.10 
7.81 

7.54 
3.57 


135 
99 

115 
27 

112 


13967 

2786 

2755 

2357 

824 


100 
26 
22 
10 
12 


66.52 
16.14 
17.73 
18.98 
9.78 


150 
161 
124 
53 
123 


5735 

1149 

1109 

850 

264 


61 
18 
13 
14 

5 


40.97 
11.48 
13.31 
13.89 
6.73 


149 
157 

98 
101 

74 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


14038 


74 


64.85 


114 


22689 


170 


129.15 


132 


9107 


111 


86.38 


129 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


396 

297 
259 
211 
186 


6 
6 
9 

4 
5 


4.18 

4.22 
4.19 
3.71 
3.57 


144 
142 
215 
108 
140 


39 
33 
30 

25 
24 


i 

2 

2 


.89 
1.06 
1.13 
1.03 

1.10 


94 
177 

182 


9964 

6275 
5407 
4560 
3906 


72 
50 

47 
44 
34 


43.15 

36.81 
33.54 
29.83 
27.07 


167 
136 
140 
148 
126 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1349 

270 

242 

165 

43 


30 

5 

10 

7 
4 


19.87 
5.84 
6.55 
6.27 
2.46 


151 
86 
153 
112 
163 


151 
38 
38 
15 

7 


5 
3 
2 


5.21 
1.95 
2.48 
1.15 
.91 


96 

154 

81 


30112 
5889 
5697 
4781 
1673 


247 
60 
56 
33 
25 


170.40 
43.51 
47.88 
47.83 
23.45 


145 
138 
117 
69 
107 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2069 


56 


40.99 


137 


249 


10 


11.70 


85 


48152 


421 


333.07 


126 


1-24 



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SE WHO WORK PART OF THE YEAR IN 0' 


rHEJ 




OCCUPATIONS 










Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insu 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Yea 


1 


74 




.23 


497 


3 


1.64 


665 


, . 


2.33 


598 


4 


2.21 


] 


2 


50 




.22 


274 


2 


1.23 


408 


2 


1.88 


390 




1.87 


2 


3 


40 


1 


.18 


221 


3 


1.02 


350 


2 


1.65 


332 


5 


1.63 


.1 


4 


29 




.13 


184 




.86 


287 


3 


1.38 


286 


1 


1.43 


A 


5 


22 




.10 


139 




.67 


242 


1 


1.19 


242 


2 


1.26 


.5 


6 


IC 




.05 


102 




.49 


190 




.93 


200 


4 


1.06 


6 


7 


1 




.03 


74 




.36 


155 




.78 


160 


3 


.86 


7 


8 


^ 


. . 


.02 


54 




.26 


127 




.64 


127 




.70 


8 


9 


• 


. , 


.01 


46 




.23 


106 


1 


.54 


105 




.60 


9 


10 


-3 


. . 


.01 


39 




.19 


86 




.45 


85 




.50 


10 


U 


«- 


( 


.01 


29 




.15 


70 




.37 


67 




.42 


11 


12 


] 




.00 


24 


1 


.12 


60 


1 


.32 


60 




.40 


12 


13 








21 




.11 


49 




.27 


52 




.36 


13 


14 








19 




.10 


45 


1 


.26 


46 


2 


.35 


14 


15 








15 




.08 


40 




.24 


40 


1 


.32 


15 


16 








14 




.08 


33 




.20 


35 




.30 


16 


17 








12 




.07 


29 




.19 


28 




.25 


17 


18 








9 




.05 


24 




.17 


24 


1 


.24 


18 


19 








6 




.03 


17 




.13 


18 


, , 


.19 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


12 




.10 


14 


, , 


.16 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


6 




.05 


5 


, , 


.06 


21 


22 














3 




.03 


3 


, , 


.04 


22 


23 














2 




.02 


1 




.01 


23 


24 




















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


2i; 


) 1 


.86 


1315 


8 


5.42 


1952 


8 


8.43 


1848 


12 


8.40 


1-i 


6-24 


3: 


I 


.13 


468 


3 


2.35 


1054 


3 


5.69 


1071 


12 


6.84 


6-2' 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insui 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Year 


1 


384 


2 


1.57 


214 




2 1.01 


76 


.49 


44 




.40 


1 


2 


245 


1 


1.27 


134 




1 .86 


49 


.43 


29 




.36 


2 


3 


224 


, , 


1.21 


112 




1 .77 


42 2 


.40 


24 


i 


I .33 


3 


4 


198 




1.13 


93 




.70 


34 


.35 


18 




.27 


4 


5 


165 




.97 


76 




1 .61 


31 


.35 


17 




.28 


5 


6 


136 


1 


.84 


62 




1 .53 


24 


.29 


10 




.18 


6 


7 


107 




.71 


52 




3 .47 


14 


.18 


10 




L .19 


7 


8 


88 




.62 


40 




1 .39 


13 


.19 


9 




.19 


8 


9 


69 


3 


.52 


26 




.28 


9 


.14 


6 




.14 


9 


10 


56 


3 


.45 


21 




.24 


8 


.13 


3 




.07 


10 


11 


45 




.38 


18 




.23 


5 


.09 


3 




.08 


11 


12 


43 


1 


.39 


17 




.23 


5 


.10 


3 




.09 


12 


13 


37 


1 


.36 


13 




1 .19 


5 


.11 


3 




.10 


13 


14 


33 




.35 


11 




.17 


5 


.12 


2 




.07 


14 


15 


26 




.30 


8 




.14 


5 1 


.13 






.04 


15 


16 


24 




.30 


6 




.11 


3 


.08 






.04 


16 


17 


17 


1 


.23 


6 




.12 


3 1 


.09 






.05 


17 


18 


11 




.16 


4 




.09 










.05 


18 


19 


7 




.11 


3 




.07 












19 


20 


5 




.09 


2 




.05 












20 


21 


3 




.06 


















21 


22 


2 




.04 


















22 


23 


1 




.02 


















2.1 


24 


1 




.02 


















24 


1—5 


1216 


3 


6.15 


629 




5 3.95 


232 2 


2.02 


132 




I 1.64 


1- 


6-24 


711 


10 


5.95 


289 




6 3.31 


99 2 


1.65 


53 




I 1.29 


6-2 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
9 

7 
7 
7 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 



44 
13 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



17 
14 
13 
14 
15 
12 
,05 
06 
06 
,07 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.09 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.06 
.07 

.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 



.31 

.28 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



.21 
.42 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1236 
732 
611 
500 
403 


3 

4 
6 
3 

1 


4.20 
3.33 

2.85 
2.37 
1.96 


71 
120 
211 
127 

51 


982 
635 

556 
484 
407 


6 

1 
5 
1 
2 


3.78 

3.14 
2.84 
2.56 
2.23 


159 
32 

176 
39 
90 


290 
183 

154 
127 
107 


2 
1 
3 

1 


1.50 
1.29 
1.17 
1.05 

.96 


133 

78 
256 

104 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3482 
538 
469 
376 
171 


17 
1 

1 
3 
1 


14.71 
2.64 
2.35 
2.03 
1.15 


116 
38 
43 

148 
87 


3064 
603 
530 
449 
200 


15 
8 
6 
6 
2 


14.55 
3.47 
3.39 
3.63 
2.30 


103 
231 
177 
165 
87 


861 

152 

117 

92 

27 


7 
4 
1 
2 
1 


5.97 
1.47 
1.37 
1.51 
.61 


117 
272 
73 
132 
164 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5036 


23 


22.88 


101 


4846 


37 


27.34 


135 


1249 


15 


10.93 


137 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


61 

39 
32 
25 
24 


2 
1 


.62 
.52 
.48 

.41 
.43 


417 
233 


3 
3 
3 

3 
3 




.07 
.10 
.10 
.12 

.13 




2572 
1592 
1356 
1139 
944 


11 

6 

16 

4 
5 


10.17 
8.38 

7.44 
6.51 
5.71 


108 
72 

215 
61 

88 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


181 

27 

24 

12 

3 


3 

1 


2.46 
.54 
.59 
.38 
.14 


122 
185 


15 
6 
5 
1 




.52 
.30 
.32 
.08 


313 


7603 

1326 

1145 

930 

401 


42 

14 

9 

11 

4 


38.21 

8.42 
8.02 
7.63 
4.20 


110 
166 
112 
144 
95 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


247 


4 


4.11 


97 


27 


1 


1.22 


82 


11405 


80 


66.48 


120 


1-24 



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63. SMELTER WORKS: FOREMEN AND WORKMEN (MILL MEN) 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


28 




.09 


145 




I .48 


217 




.76 


213 


, . 


.79 


1 


2 


16 




.07 


89 




.40 


145 




2 .67 


154 


, , 


.74 


2 


3 


10 




.05 


81 




.37 


122 




.57 


136 




.67 


3 


4 


7 




.03 


68 




.32 


103 




.49 


118 


1 


.59 


4 


5 


6 




.03 


55 




I .26 


85 




1 .42 


103 


1 


.54 


5 


6 


6 




.03 


49 




.24 


77 




.38 


87 


1 


.46 


6 


7 


5 




.02 


35 




.17 


69 




.35 


73 


2 


.39 


7 


8 


5 




I .02 


27 




.13 


60 




.30 


56 




.31 


8 


9 


4 




.02 


22 




.11 


51 




.26 


50 




.29 


9 


10 


3 




.01 


21 




.10 


43 




.22 


43 


1 


.25 


10 


11 


3 




.01 


15 




.08 


40 




.21 


37 




.23 


11 


12 


3 




.01 


13 




I .07 


36 




.19 


31 




.20 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


9 




.05 


29 




1 .16 


26 




.18 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


9 




.05 


25 




.14 


25 




.19 


14 


15 


3 




.01 


5 




.03 


23 




.14 


20 




.16 


15 


16 


2 




.01 


4 




.02 


16 




.10 


14 




.12 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


4 




.02 


10 




.07 


10 




.09 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


3 




.02 


7 




.05 


10 




.10 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


2 




.01 


6 




.05 


7 




.07 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


4 




.03 


4 




.05 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


2 




.03 


21 


22 








1 




.01 






> . 


2 




.03 


22 


23 








1 




.01 






< . 


1 




.01 


23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


67 




.27 


438 




I 1.83 


672 




3 2.91 


724 


2 


3.33 


1-5 


6-24 


47 




L .20 


222 




I 1.14 


497 




1 2.66 


498 


5 


3.16 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


133 




.55 


100 


1 


.47 


53 




.34 


28 


.25 


1 


2 


95 




.49 


75 


1 


.48 


44 




.39 


23 1 


.29 


2 


3 


83 




.45 


61 




.42 


36 




.34 


20 1 


.28 


3 


4 


73 




.42 


50 


1 


.38 


29 




.30 


13 


.20 


4 


5 


61 


1 


.36 


41 




.33 


23 




.26 


11 


.18 


5 


6 


52 




.32 


34 




.29 


21 




.26 


11 1 


.19 


6 


7 


47 




.31 


31 




.28 


18 




.24 


9 


.17 


7 


8 


38 


1 


.27 


28 




.27 


16 




.23 


9 1 


.19 


8 


9 


31 


2 


.23 


24 




.25 


15 




.23 


7 


.16 


9 


10 


27 


1 


.22 


22 




.25 


13 




.22 


6 


.15 


10 


11 


25 




.21 


17 




.21 


10 




.18 


6 


.16 


11 


12 


24 


3 


.22 


16 




.22 


8 




.16 


3 


.09 


12 


13 


16 


. . 


.16 


9 




.13 


6 




.13 


3 1 


.10 


13 


14 


14 


1 


.15 


7 




.11 


5 




.12 


2 


.07 


14 


15 


11 




.13 


6 




.10 


4 




.10 


1 


.04 


15 


16 


5 




.06 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 


1 


.04 


16 


17 


4 




.05 


2 




.04 


1 




.03 






17 


18 


4 




.06 


2 




.04 


1 




.03 






18 


19 


2 




.03 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 






19 


20 


2 




.03 








1 




.04 






20 


21 
























21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 


















. . 






24 


1—5 


445 


1 


2.27 


327 


3 


2.08 


185 




1.63 


95 2 


1.20 


1-5 


6-24 


302 


8 


2.45 


202 


1 


2.27 


122 


2 


2.07 


58 3 


1.36 


6-24 



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63. SMELTER WORKS; FOREMEN AND WORKMEN (MILL MEN) 



Ages at Entry 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



32 
25 



Expected 
Deaths 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.11 
.11 
.13 
.10 
.09 
.10 
.11 

.12 
.10 
.11 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.05 



.54 
.85 



Actual 
Deaths 



13 
5 



Expected 
Deaths 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.05 
.06 
.07 

.08 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.29 
.20 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.08 

.08 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 



13 
4 



.37 
.18 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 



6-24 



SYNOPSIS 




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64. 


STRUCTURAL IRON WORKERS, INCLUDING HOUSESMITHS AND BRIDGE BUILDERS 


Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Aetna 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


25 




.08 


261 


1 


.86 


378 




5 1.32 


338 


2 


1.25 


1 


2 


15 




.06 


157 


2 


.71 


234 




1.08 


229 


1 


1.10 


2 


3 


15 




.07 


127 


1 


.58 


197 




2 .93 


192 


2 


.94 


3 


4 


13 




.06 


108 




.51 


168 




2 .81 


167 


1 


.84 


4 


5 


11 




.05 


95 


i 


.46 


135 




.66 


142 


2 


.74 


5 


6 


8 




.04 


64 




.31 


114 




2 .56 


116 


1 


.61 


6 


7 


5 




.02 


48 




.24 


94 




2 .47 


98 


1 


.53 


7 


8 


2 




.01 


33 




.16 


69 




1 .35 


74 


1 


.41 


8 


9 


1 




.OC 


25 




.12 


57 




.29 


59 


2 


.34 


9 


10 


1 




.OC 


1 21 


i 


.10 


49 




.25 


46 




.27 


10 


11 


1 




.OC 


1 18 




.09 


38 




.20 


38 




.24 


11 


12 


1 




.OC 


1 17 




.09 


31 




1 .17 


33 




.22 


12 


13 








14 




.07 


29 




.16 


25 




.18 


13 


14 








12 




.06 


21 




.12 


20 




.15 


14 


15 








11 


1 


.06 


14 




.08 


15 




.12 


15 


16 








9 




.05 


12 




.07 


12 




.10 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


10 




.07 


12 


i 


.11 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


7 




.05 


10 




.10 


18 


19 








4 




.02 


6 




.05 


5 




.05 


19 


20 








4 




.02 


4 




.03 


3 




.03 


20 


21 








2 




.01 






. • • 


2 




.03 


21 


22 








1 




.01 






• - 


2 




.03 


22 


23 


















. . 


, . 






23 


24 


















. 








24 


1—5 


7S 


. 


.32 


! 748 


5 


3.12 


1112 




9 4.80 


1068 


8 


4.87 


1-5 


6-24 


15 


. 


.o: 


' 293 


2 


1.47 


555 




6 2.92 


570 


6 


3.52 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


202 




2 .83 


136 




2 .64 


66 


1 


.42 


28 ] 




5 1 


2 


145 




1 .75 


101 




1 .65 


50 


2 


.44 


19 ] 




4 2 


3 


125 




.68 


90 




1 .62 


40 




.38 


17 




3 3 


4 


104 




1 .59 


80 




4 .60 


35 


1 


.36 


15 ] 




3 4 


5 


84 




1 .50 


63 




.50 


30 




.34 


14 




3 5 


6 


71 




1 .44 


49 




1 .42 


26 






.32 


12 




1 6 


7 


55 




1 .36 


44 




1 .40 


24 




1 


.32 


10 1 




9 7 


8 


44 




.31 


38 




.37 


19 






.27 


6 1 




2 8 


9 


35 




.26 


31 




.33 


16 






.25 


4 




)9 9 


10 


29 




.23 


21 




.24 


15 






.25 


4 




10 


11 


23 




.20 


17 




2 .21 


11 






.20 


4 




1 11 s 


12 


18 




.16 


11 




.15 


9 






.18 


4 




2 12 


13 


13 




.13 


9 




.13 


9 






.19 


3 ] 


.] 


13 


14 


10 




.11 


8 




.13 


7 






.16 






14 


15 


10 




»12 


6 




.10 


7 




1 


.18 






15 


16 


8 




.10 


6 




.11 


3 






.08 






16 


17 


7 




.09 


5 




.10 


2 






.06 






17 


18 


6 




.09 


4 




.09 


2 






.07 






18 


19 


5 




1 .08 


4 




.10 


2 






.08 






19 


20 






.02 


2 




.05 


1 






.04 






20 


21 






.02 


1 




.03 


1 






.05 






21 


22 






.02 


1 




.03 


1 






.05 






22 


23 






. . 


1 




.04 














23 


24 






. 


1 




.04 








. . 






24 


1—5 


660 




5 3.35 


470 




8 3.01 


221 


4 


1.94 


93 : 


5 1. 


18 1-5 


6-24 


337 




3 2.74 


259 




4 3.07 


155 


2 


2.75 


47 : 


5 l.( 


)4 6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 

8 
8 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 



39 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 
.13 
.15 
.12 
.13 
.10 
.11 
.09 
.10 
.07 
.04 
.04 



.66 

.55 



TABLE III (Continued) 
WORKERS, INCLUDING HOUSESMITHS AND BRIDGE BUILDERS 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



17 
141 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 
.06 

.07 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 



.35 



.63 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 

.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.06 
.06 
.07 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.31 

.47 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 

.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 



.21 
.61 



InsuT- 
aoce 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-14 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 

3 
4 

5 


664 
406 
339 
289 
241 


6 

2 
3 
2 

1 


2.26 
1.85 

1.58 
1.38 
1.17 


265 
108 
190 
145 

85 


540 

374 
317 
271 
226 




1 2.08 

2 1.85 

2 1.62 
2 1.43 
5 1.24 


19. 
lOi 
12> 
14( 

24: 


2 202 

3 151 
5 130 
) 115 
I 93 


3 

3 

1 
5 


1.06 
1.09 

1.00 
.96 
.84 


283 
275 
100 
521 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1939 

333 

258 

207 

69 


14 
4 
2 
2 


8.24 
1.64 
1.28 
1.10 
.44 


170 
244 
156 
182 


1728 

340 

287 

205 

75 




5 8.22 

t 1.94 

5 1.82 

1.63 

I .87 


15J 
20( 

16; 

23C 


\ 691 
5 143 
) 140 
94 
) 37 


12 
3 

3 


4.95 
1.46 
1.71 
1.63 
1.02 


242 
205 

184 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2806 


22 


12.70 


173 


2635 


r. 


I 14.48 


152 


1105 


18 


10.77 


167 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


46 

30 
28 
23 
22 


2 

1 

2 

1 


.49 
.43 
.45 
.40 

.42 


408 
233 
444 
250 


3 
3 

3 
3 
3 




.07 
.10 
.10 
.12 
.13 




1455 

964 

817 
701 

585 


15 

8 

8 
10 

4 


5.96 

5.32 
4.75 
4.29 
3.80 


252 
150 
168 
233 
105 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


149 
34 
28 
17 


6 
2 
3 

1 


2.19 

.74 
.83 
.65 


274 
270 
361 
154 


15 
6 

7 
4 




.52 
.30 

.44 
.34 




4522 
856 
720 
527 
181 


45 

13 

8 

6 

2 


24.12 
6.08 
6.08 
5.35 
2.33 


187 
214 
132 
112 

86 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


228 


12 


4.41 


272 


32 




1.60 




6806 


74 


43.96 


168 


1-24 



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65. TEAMSTERS, EXCLUDING THOSE IN THE LIQUOR TRADE 



Ages at Enlry 


15-19 




20-24 


25-29 




30-34 




■ 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


1779 


2 


5.51 


8100 


28 


26.73 


8740 


45 


30.59 


7218 


31 


26.71 


1 


2 


1040 


4 


4.47 


4394 


20 


19.77 


5295 


30 


24.36 


4616 


22 


22.16 


2 


3 


811 


4 


3.65 


3527 


19 


16.22 


4413 


20 


20.74 


3898 


15 


19.10 


3 


4 


637 


4 


2.93 


2868 


14 


13.48 


3750 


25 


18.00 


3343 


19 


16.72 


4 


5 


490 


1 


2.25 


2357 


16 


11.31 


3086 


22 


15.12 


2844 


17 


14.79 


5 


6 


367 


1 


1.72 


1920 


9 


9.22 


2586 


12 


12.67 


2437 


12 


12.92 


6 


7 


287 




1.35 


1598 


15 


7.83 


2188 


11 


10.94 


2109 


14 


11.39 


7 


8 


221 




1.04 


1339 


10 


6.56 


1874 


10 


9.37 


1824 


7 


10.03 


8 


9 


178 


1 


.85 


1133 


4 


5.55 


1621 


5 


8.27 


1586 


17 


9.04 


9 


10 


140 


1 


.67 


966 


2 


4.73 


1365 


9 


7.10 


1295 


12 


7.64 


10 


11 


109 


1 


.52 


765 


4 


3.83 


1093 


8 


5.79 


1065 


7 


6.60 


U 


12 


94 




.46 


604 


4 


3.02 


886 


2 


4.78 


865 


9 


5.71 


12 


13 


80 


1 


.39 


490 


4 


2.50 


727 


3 


4.00 


725 


8 


5.08 


13 


14 


58 




.28 


413 


2 


2.15 


619 


2 


3.53 


615 


2 


4.61 


14 


15 


48 


1 


.24 


327 


2 


1.73 


514 


2 


3.03 


497 


4 


3.98 


15 


16 


30 




.15 


244 




1.32 


378 


2 


2.34 


368 


5 


3.13 


16 


17 


23 




.12 


187 


1 


1.03 


293 


2 


1.93 


289 


2 


2.63 


17 


18 


20 




.10 


152 




.85 


228 


1 


1.60 


213 


1 


2.09 


18 


19 


17 




.09 


122 


1 


.71 


175 


1 


1.31 


153 


3 


1.62 


19 


20 


11 




.06 


82 




.50 


123 


1 


.98 


105 


3 


1.21 


20 


21 


3 




.02 


36 




.23 


41 


, , 


.35 


39 


. , 


.49 


21 


22 


2 




.01 


18 


1 


.12 


26 


1 


.24 


26 


1 


.35 


22 


23 


1 




.01 


12 




.09 


11 


, , 


.11 


20 


, , 


.29 


23 


24 








3 




.02 


7 




.07 


12 




.19 


24 


1—5 


4757 


15 


18.81 


21246 


97 


87.51 


25284 


142 


108.81 


21919 


104 


99.48 


1-5 


6-24 


1689 


6 


8.08 


10411 


59 


51.99 


14755 


72 


78.41 


14243 


107 


89.00 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


4567 


27 


18.72 


2644 


19 


12.43 


1502 


11 


9.61 


664 


3 


6.04 


1 


2 


3020 


17 


15.70 


1777 


10 


11.37 


1073 


14 


9.44 


489 


13 


6.11 


2 


3 


2573 


23 


13.89 


1532 


13 


10.57 


918 


9 


8.72 


422 


3 


5.82 


3 


4 


2185 


14 


12.45 


1293 


11 


9.70 


773 


11 


8.04 


357 


3 


5.36 


4 


5 


1847 


17 


10.90 


1105 


4 


8.84 


659 


7 


7.45 


311 


9 


5.07 


5 


6 


1571 


8 


9.74 


935 


11 


7.95 


536 


11 


6.54 


258 


5 


4.52 


6 


7 


1354 


12 


8.94 


801 


12 


7.29 


440 


9 


5.81 


217 


8 


4.12 


7 


8 


1177 


13 


8.24 


678 


7 


6.64 


375 


4 


5.36 


190 


5 


3.91 


8 


9 


1038 


6 


7.79 


574 


5 


6.08 


312 


3 


4.80 


163 


10 


3.67 


9 


10 


878 


5 


7.02 


498 


12 


5.73 


270 


8 


4.51 


123 


3 


3.04 


10 


11 


693 


10 


5.89 


397 


5 


4.96 


217 


5 


3.93 


95 


4 


2.58 


11 


12 


562 


8 


5.11 


330 


6 


4.46 


187 


6 


3.67 


82 


1 


2.46 


12 


13 


452 


4 


4.43 


280 


9 


4.09 


153 


3 


3.27 


69 


1 


2.28 


13 


14 


367 


1 


3.89 


226 


6 


3.57 


129 


2 


3.02 


63 




2.30 


14 


15 


313 


4 


3.60 


185 


4 


3.16 


104 


4 


2.67 


53 


6 


2.13 


15 


16 


229 




2.86 


128 


• • 


2.37 


66 


2 


1.87 


34 


2 


1.50 


16 


17 


179 




2.42 


103 


5 


2.07 


55 


2 


1.72 


23 


1 


1.12 


17 


18 


136 


2 


1.99 


63 




1.38 


40 


1 


1.38 


17 




.90 


18 


19 


105 




1.66 


53 




1.27 


31 




1.17 


13 


1 


.76 


19 


20 


70 




1.20 


33 


2 


.87 


25 




1.04 


8 


1 


.51 


20 


21 


28 




.52 


15 


, , 


.44 


14 


i 


.64 


5 


1 


.34 


21 


22 


19 




.38 


10 




.32 


11 




.55 


4 


1 


.30 


22 


23 


13 


, , 


.28 


7 




.25 


6 




.33 


2 




.16 


23 


24 


5 




.12 


1 




.04 


3 


1 


.18 








24 


1—5 


14192 


98 


71.66 


8351 


57 


52.91 


4925 


52 


43.26 


2243 


31 


28.40 


1-5 


6-24 


9189 


78 


76.08 


5317 


84 


62.94 


2974 


62 


52.46 


1419 


50 


36.60 


6-24 



148 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



237 
188 

167 

136 

114 

92 

77 

65 

52 

42 

31 

24 

18 

15 

12 

7 

5 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 



842 
450 



Actual 
Deaths 



15 
18 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.89 
2.97 

3.06 

2.73 

2.50 

2.21 

2.03 

1.89 

1.67 

1.49 

1.21 

1.03 

.85 

.77 

.68 

.43 

.33 

.22 

.23 

.17 

.09 

.10 



14.15 
15.40 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



143 
112 

102 

80 

68 

57 

51 

43 

34 

27 

19 

16 

10 

6 

6 

4 

2 

1 



505 
276 



Actual 
Deaths 



17 
18 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.29 
2.28 

2.45 

2.11 

1.98 

1.83 

1.81 

1.68 

1.46 

1.27 

.98 

.91 

.62 

.40 

.43 

.31 

.17 

.09 



11.11 
11.96 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



59 
49 

47 

40 

36 

28 

24 

23 

22 

16 

11 

8 

4 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



231 
153 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



1.21 

1.35 

1.51 

1.42 

1.40 

1.20 

1.13 

1.19 

1.25 

.99 

.73 

.58 

.31 

.34 

.28 

.20 

.22 

.23 

.25 

.14 

.15 



6.89 
9.19 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 

19 
16 
9 
7 
6 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 



73 
31 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.60 

.74 
.74 
.46 
.36 
.34 
.31 
.27 
.29 
.23 
.25 
.28 
.20 
.11 



2.90 
2.28 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


18619 

10729 

8751 

7255 
5933 


75 
54 
43 
43 
39 


62.83 
48.60 
40.61 
34.41 
28.68 


119 
111 
106 
125 
136 


11785 

7636 
6471 
5528 
4691 


58 

39 
38 
33 
34 


45.43 
37.86 
32.99 
29.17 
25.69 


128 
103 
115 
113 
132 


4146 
2850 
2450 
2066 
1764 


30 
24 
22 
22 
11 


22.04 
20.81 

19.29 
17.74 
16.29 


136 
115 
114 
124 
68 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


51287 
8946 
8837 
6827 

2245 


254 
48 
42 
36 
11 


215.13 
43.73 
44.14 
36.25 
14.36 


118 

110 

95 

99 

77 


36111 
7471 
7798 
6154 
2009 


202 
46 
60 

57 
22 


171.14 
42.99 
49.76 
48.90 
23.43 


118 
107 
121 
117 
94 


13276 

2712 

2707 

2208 

664 


109 
43 
39 
50 
14 


96.17 
27.59 
33.12 
36.80 
17.89 


113 
156 
118 
136 

78 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


78142 


391 


353.61 


111 


59543 


387 


336.22 


115 


21567 


255 


211.57 


121 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


(-59 






60 a 


nd over 






All Ag« 


;s at Entry 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1044 
789 
691 
573 
493 


10 
17 

13 

8 

15 


11.22 

11.36 

11.33 

10.20 

9.55 


89 
150 
115 

78 
157 


81 

68 
63 
49 
43 


3 

1 

3 
2 

4 


1.81 
2.09 

2.25 
1.88 
1.76 


166 

48 
133 
106 

227 


35675 
22072 
18426 
15471 
12924 


176 

135 
119 
108 
103 


143.33 

120.72 

106.47 

93.40 

81.97 


123 
112 
112 
116 
126 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3590 
752 
739 
519 
135 


63 

22 

30 

25 

9 


53.66 
16.52 
20.08 
19.63 

7.73 


117 
133 
149 
127 
116 


304 
63 
72 
39 
10 


13 
3 
5 
3 
1 


9.79 
2.98 
4.22 
3.08 
1.19 


133 

101 

118 

97 

84 


104568 

19944 

20153 

15747 

5063 


641 
162 
176 
171 
57 


545.89 
133.81 
151.32 
144.66 
64.60 


117 
121 
116 
118 

8S 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5735 


149 


117.62 


127 


488 


25 


21.26 


118 


165475 


1207 


1040.28 


116 


1-24 



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BUT EXCLUDING AC] 


^OBAl 


S AND CIRCUS 


PERFO 


RMERS 










Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


12 




m 


157 




.52 


369 


3 


1.29 


525 




1.94 


1 


2 


e 




.03 


103 


] 


.46 


252 


1 


1.16 


376 


2 


1.80 


2 


3 


c; 


"i 


.01 


86 


] 


.40 


221 


3 


1.04 


338 


1 


1.66 


3 


4 


1 




.01 


73 




.34 


194 


2 


.93 


292 


. . 


1.46 


4 


5 






.0] 


55 


'] 


.26 


168 




.82 


252 


3 


1.31 


5 


6 


2. 




.01 


46 




.22 


140 




.69 


213 


4 


1.13 


6 


7 








36 




.18 


108 




.54 


173 


1 


.93 


7 


8 








29 




.14 


86 




.43 


148 


3 


.81 


8 


9 








25 




.12 


66 




.34 


120 


5 


.68 


9 


10 








18 




.09 


54 




.28 


95 


3 


.56 


10 


11 








9 




.05 


41 




.22 


70 


1 


.43 


11 


12 








8 




.04 


37 




.20 


55 


1 


.36 


12 


13 








8 




.04 


30 




.17 


46 


1 


.32 


13 


14 








5 




.03 


27 


_ 


.15 


38 


, . 


.29 


14 


15 








4 




.02 


25 




.15 


34 


1 


.27 


15 


16 








1 




.01 


16 




.10 


28 




.24 


16 


17 








1 




.01 


13 




.09 


23 




.21 


17 


18 








1 




.01 


9 




.06 


19 


i 


.19 


18 


19 








1 




.01 


5 




.04 


14 


2 


.15 


19 


20 








1 




.01 


3 




.02 


7 




.08 


20 


21 














1 




.01 


2 




.03 


21 


22 














1 




.01 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














1 




.01 


1 




.01 


23 


24 














1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


2! 


? 1 


.1 


I 474 


^ 


5 1.98 


1204 


9 


5.24 


1783 


6 


8.17 


1-5 


6-24 




2 


.0 


I 193 




.98 


664 


3 


3.52 


1087 


23 


6.70 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatji 


s Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


358 


2 


1.47 


203 


1 


.95 


100 




2 .64 


28 




!5 1 


2 


272 




1.41 


148 


2 


.95 


65 




.57 


18 




!3 2 


3 


242 




1.31 


135 


1 


.93 


55 




1 .52 


15 




!1 3 


4 


215 


3 


1.23 


119 


1 


.89 


41 




.43 


15 




!3 4 


5 


189 




1.12 


106 




.85 


36 




.41 


12 




!0 5 


6 


161 


1 


1.00 


93 


, . 


.79 


29 




1 .35 


11 




L9 6 


7 


131 


1 


.86 


81 


2 


.74 


23 




.30 


9 




L7 7 


8 


112 


2 


.78 


69 


2 


.68 


18 




.26 


8 




L6 8 


9 


91 


, . 


.68 


54 


1 


.57 


17 




.26 


6 




L4 9 


10 


75 




.60 


45 




.52 


17 




.28 


5 




12 10 


11 


57 


1 


.48 


34 




.43 


10 




.18 


4 




11 11 


12 


43 




.39 


26 


1 


.35 


8 




1 .16 


2 




)6 12 


13 


35 


1 


.34 


18 




.26 


7 




.15 


2 




)7 13 


14 


30 


3 


.32 


12 




.19 


5 




1 .12 


2 




)7 14 


15 


24 




.28 


10 




.17 


4 




1 .10 


1 




)4 15 


16 


18 




.23 


9 




.17 


1 




.03 






16 


17 


14 




.19 


6 




.12 


1 




.03 






17 


18 


11 




.16 


6 


1 


.13 












18 


19 


8 


3 


.13 


3 




.07 
















19 


20 


4 




.07 


2 




.05 
















20 


21 


1 




.02 


1 




.03 
















21 


22 


1 




.02 






















22 


23 


1 




.02 






















23 


24 


1 




.02 






















24 


1—5 


1276 


5 


6.54 


711 


5 


4.57 


297 




3 2.57 


88 


1. 


12 1-5 


6-24 


818 


12 


6.59 


469 


7 


5.27 


140 




4 2.22 


50 : 


I 1. 


13 6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 

10 

9 

8 
6 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



45 
21 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.15 
.16 
.16 

.16 
.13 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.76 
.68 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



37 
22 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.14 
.16 

.17 
.18 
.17 
.16 
.14 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.10 
.11 



.82 
.90 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.03 

.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.09 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


538 

361 
312 
270 
226 


3 
2 

5 
2 
1 


1.85 

1.65 
1.46 
1.28 
1.09 


162 
121 
342 
156 
92 


883 

648 
580 
507 
441 


] 


> 3.41 
! 3.21 

2.97 

( 2.69 

2.43 


5^ 

6: 

3^ 
li: 

12: 


) 303 

I 213 
t 190 
! 160 
S 142 


3 

2 

2 

1 


1.59 
1.52 
1.45 

1.32 
1.26 


189 

132 

138 

76 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1707 

332 

278 

194 

55 


13 
1 

1 
1 


7.33 
1.64 
1.40 
1.07 
.40 


177 
61 
71 
93 


3059 
678 
641 
432 

154 


1] 

7 
U 


14.71 
3.92 
4.11 

3.48 
1.78 


7t 
17S 
3U 
25S 
337 


1008 

> 226 
) 220 

> 134 

29 


8 
3 
3 
4 
1 


7.14 
2.18 
2.57 
2.11 
.63 


112 
138 
117 
190 
159 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2566 


16 


11.84 


135 


4964 


46 


28.00 


164 


1617 


19 


14.63 


130 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


49 
36 
31 
30 
24 


i 


.54 
.55 
.54 
.57 
.50 


182 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 




.04 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 




1775 

1259 

1114 

968 

834 


8 
7 
8 
6 
4 


7.43 

6.96 
6.45 
5.90 
5.32 


108 
101 

124 
102 

75 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


170 
37 
36 
20 

263 


1 

2 
3 
6 


2.70 
.87 

1.06 
.78 

5.41 


37 
230 

385 
111 


6 

2 

8 




.18 
.09 

.27 




5950 
1275 
1175 
780 
238 
9418 


33 
13 
17 
17 

7 
87 


32.06 
8.70 
9.14 
7.44 
2.81 

60.15 


103 
149 
186 
228 
249 
145 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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VAUDEVILLE HOUSES 



Iges at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


[nsur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


37 






1 244 




.81 


447 


1 


1.56 


550 




1 2.04 


1 


2 


16 






)7 151 


^ 


I .68 


284 


3 


1.31 


373 




1 1.79 


2 


3 


10 






)5 114 




L .52 


235 


2 


1.10 


310 




1 1.52 


3 


4 


8 






)4 89 




.42 


195 


2 


.94 


270 




1.35 


4 


5 


7 






)3 73 




I .35 


165 


, . 


.81 


229 




1 1.19 


5 


6 


6 






)3 61 




I .29 


138 


1 


.68 


197 




2 1.04 


6 


7 


4 






)2 54 




.26 


107 




.54 


171 




1 .92 


7 


8 


4 






)2 46 




.23 


82 




.41 


144 




4 .79 


8 


9 


3 






)1 41 




.20 


74 


1 


.38 


120 




1 .68 


9 


10 


3 






)1 37 




.18 


65 


2 


.34 


101 




5 .60 


10 


11 


2 






)1 30 




.15 


57 




.30 


76 




.47 


11 


12 


2 






)1 24 




.12 


52 




.28 


61 




1 .40 


12 


13 


2 






)1 17 




.09 


39 




.21 


50 




2 .35 


13 


14 


1 






)0 13 




.07 


34 




.19 


42 




1 .32 


14 


15 


1 






)0 10 




.05 


23 




.14 


35 




.28 


15 


16 


1 






)1 7 




.04 


20 


1 


.12 


30 




1 .26 


16 


17 








6 




.03 


17 




.11 


23 




.21 


17 


18 








5 




.03 


15 




.11 


21 




.21 


18 


19 








3 




.02 


12 






.09 


14 




.15 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


11 






.09 


8 




.09 


20 


21 














6 






.05 


2 




.03 


21 


22 














4 






.04 


1 




.01 


22 


23 














1 






.01 


1 




.01 


23 


24 








. 




















24 


1—5 


78 




• ». 


50 671 




) 2.78 


1326 


8 


5.72 


1732 




4 7.89 


1-5 


6-24 


2S 


. 


.] 


13 357 


^ 


! 1.78 


757 


8 


4.09 


1097 


18 6.82I 


6-24 



A-ges at Entry 


35-39 




40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


520 


2 


2.13 


406 




3 1.91 


267 


1 


1.71 


102 


2 


.93 


1 


2 


351 


4 


1.83 


297 




3 1.90 


201 


2 


1.77 


76 


2 


.95 


2 


3 


306 


3 


1.65 


256 




3 1.77 


173 


1 


1.64 


70 


2 


.97 


3 


4 


262 




1.49 


215 




2 1.61 


151 


3 


1.57 


62 




.93 


4 


5 


224 


1 


1.32 


181 




3 1.45 


135 


6 


1.53 


50 




.82 


5 


6 


189 


3 


1.17 


157 




2 1.33 


109 


1 


1.33 


40 




.70 


6 


7 


160 


1 


1.06 


133 




5 1.21 


97 


2 


1.28 


33 


1 


.63 


7 


8 


137 


3 


.96 


105 




1 1.03 


83 


1 


1.19 


27 




.56 


8 


9 


117 


2 


.88 


87 




2 .92 


71 


1 


1.09 


23 




.52 


9 


10 


107 


1 


.86 


76 




.87 


62 


1 


1.04 


20 




.49 


10 


11 


81 


3 


.69 


61 




3 .76 


46 




.83 


19 


3 


.52 


11 


12 


70 


2 


.64 


50 




1 .68 


41 




.80 


13 




.39 


12 


13 


54 




.53 


43 




1 .63 


33 




.71 


11 




.36 


13 


14 


43 


1 


.46 


34 




1 .54 


21 


1 


.49 


8 




.29 


14 


15 


35 


1 


.40 


28 




3 .48 


15 




.39 


6 




.24 


15 


16 


27 




.34 


18 




.33 


11 




.31 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


25 


3 


.34 


16 




1 .32 


10 




.31 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


17 




.25 


13 




.28 


9 




.31 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


13 




.21 


12 




.29 


7 




.27 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


11 




.19 


5 




.13 


7 


1 


.29 


2 




.13 


20 


21 


3 




.06 


5 




.15 


3 




.14 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


3 


1 


.06 


3 




.10 


3 




.15 


1 




.07 


22 


23 








2 




.07 


2 


1 


.11 








23 


24 








1 




.04 














24 


1—5 


1663 


10 


8.42 


1355 


] 


14 8.64 


927 


13 


8.22 


360 


7 


4.60 


1-5 


5-24 


1092 


21 


9.10 


849 


^ 


10 10.16 


630 


9 


11.04 


212 


5 


5.39 


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VAUDEVILLE HOUSES 



Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


40 




.49 


32 






.51 


12 




.25 


4 






.10 


1 


2 


31 




.49 


29 






.59 


9 




.25 


3 






.11 


2 


3 


26 




.48 


26 






.62 


9 




.29 


3 






.13 


3 


4 


23 




.46 


17 






.45 


8 




.28 


2 






.09 


4 


5 


19 




.42 


15 






.44 


7 




.27 


2 






.10 


5 


6 


17 




.41 


13 






.42 


7 




,30 


2 






.11 


6 


7 


14 




.37 


12 






.42 


5 




.24 


2 






.12 


7 


8 


9 




.26 


8 






.31 


5 




.26 


2 






.13 


8 


9 


9 




.29 


7 






.30 


5 




.28 


2 






.14 


9 


10 


7 




.25 


5 






.24 


4 




.25 


2 






.16 


10 


11 


3 




.12 


4 






.21 


3 




.20 








.08 


11 


12 


2 




.09 


4 






.23 


2 




.14 








.09 


12 


13 


2 




.09 


4 






.25 


2 




.16 








.10 


13 


14 


1 




.05 


3 






.20 


2 




.17 








.11 


14 


15 


1 




.06 


3 






.22 


2 




.18 








.12 


15 


16 


1 




.06 


2 






.16 


2 




.20 








.13 


16 


17 








2 






.17 


2 




.22 








.14 


17 


18 








2 






.18 


2 




.23 










18 


19 














.10 


2 




.25 










19 


20 














.11 


1 




.14 










20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


21 














.12 
















22 














.13 
















23 














.14 
















24 














.15 
















1—5 


139 




2.34 


119 




2 


2.61 


45 


1 


1.34 


14 






.53 


1—5 


6-24 


66 


2 


2.05 


75 




1 


4.06 


46 


1 


3.22 


17 


2 




1.43 


6-24 


SYNOPSIS 


Ages at 


Entry 15-29 




- 


30-39 1 


40-49 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 


72 
45 
35 
29 
24 


8 
1 

9 

2 

5 


1 2.4 
5 2.C 

3 i.e 

2 1.4 
2 1.1 


t8 40 
)6 243 
)7 180 
to 143 
[9 168 


1070 
724 
616 
532 
453 


3 

5 
4 

2 


4.17 

3.62 
3.17 
2.84 
2.51 


72 
138 
126 

80 


673 

498 
429 
366 
316 


4 
5 
4 
5 

9 


3.62 
3.67 
3.41 
3.18 
2.98 


110 
136 
117 
157 
302 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1 24 


207 
37 
35 
30 
11 

321 


5 1 


5 
7 
1 
8 2 


3 8.i 
3 1.5 
3 1.' 

2 l.( 

2 

3 14.i 


50 148 

52 165 
?8 169 

53 123 
?7 260 
50 155 


3395 
717 
726 
547 
199 

5584 


14 

7 

16 
11 

5 
53 


16.31 
4.19 
4.77 
4.54 
2.42 

32.23 


86 
167 
335 
242 
207 
164 


2282 
496 
484 
372 
127 

3761 


27 
10 

6 
10 

3 
56 


16.86 
5.15 
6.14 
6.31 
3.60 

38.06 


160 
194 

98 
158 

83 
147 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 

4 


50-59 

Expected 

Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


34 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60 ar 

Actual 
Deaths 


id over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


AUAg 

Actual 
Deaths 


es at Entry 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 

Qf 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 


17 


2 l.< 


?3 K 


16 

12 

12 

10 

9 




.35 

.36 

4.2 




2661 

1821 


IC 


) 12.55 

S 11.74 


hi 
15: 


2 


2 


13 


6 


3 2.( 


33 H8 


1 


238 


1538 


14 


t 10.74 


13( 


3 


3 


12 


2 


2 2.( 


37 97 


.37 

.37 




1302 


i 


i 9.63 


8: 


4 


4 

c 


10 

8 


2 
4 


1 1. 
1 l.< 


34 

58 < 


)4 
50 
H 






1107 


\^ 


[ 8.73 


16( 
1?f 


5 
1—5 


S 

1—5 


61 


8 


9 9. 


55 


59 


1 


1.87 
.77 
1.22 
1.35 
1.31 
6.52 


53 


8425 
172? 


2^ 


t 14.88 


16 


6-7 


6 7 


12 


9 


4 2. 


?5 136 


16 
20 


1 


82 


170C 


2( 


5 17.13 


15; 


8-10 


8-10 


11 


5 


3. 


22 




132€ 


2f 


5 17.15 


15: 


11-15 


11-15 

16-24 

1-24 


8 

2 

97 


4 
5 
1 1 


3 3. 
1 2. 
7 21. 


32 90 
31 50 
35 81 


16 

11 

122 


2 
4 


153 
61 


473 
13656 


1- 
, 15. 


5 10.11 
5 112.66 


12' 
13 


) 16-24 
5I 1-24 



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V^ges at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


toIUsk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


175 




.54 


1131 




3 3.73 


1450 


8 


5.08 


1025 


5 


3.79 


1 


2 


93 


] 


.40 


627 




3 2.82 


861 


4 


3.96 


623 


1 


2.99 


2 


3 


78 


] 


.35 


510 




1 2.35 


754 


2 


3.54 


538 


1 


2.64 


3 


4 


61 




.28 


425 




6 2.00 


656 


2 


3.15 


457 


2 


2.29 


4 


5 


50 




.23 


328 




1.57 


559 


4 


2.74 


389 


1 


2.02 


5 


6 


44 




.21 


261 




2 1.25 


475 


3 


2.33 


334 


2 


1.77 


6 


7 


37 




.17 


209 




1 1.02 


400 


1 


2.00 


285 


2 


1.54 


7 


8 


30 




.14 


179 




2 .88 


336 


2 


1.68 


242 


. . 


1.33 


8 


9 


27 




.13 


158 




3 .77 


298 




1.52 


215 


1 


1.23 


9 


10 


23 




.11 


137 




1 .67 


262 


3 


1.36 


185 


1 


1.09 


10 


11 


18 




.09 


113 




2 .57 


202 




1.07 


151 


, . 


.94 


11 


12 


16 




08 


90 




.45 


177 




.96 


119 


1 


.79 


12 


13 


12 




.06 


81 




.41 


147 




.81 


105 


1 


.74 


13 


14 


9 




.04 


68 




1 .35 


123 




.70 


89 


2 


.67 


14 


15 


6 




.03 


54 




1 .29 


92 


1 


.54 


78 


2 


.62 


15 


16 


6 




.03 


39 




.21 


71 




.44 


54 


. . 


.46 


16 


17 


5 




.03 


32 




1 .18 


60 




.40 


46 


1 


.42 


17 


18 


4 




.02 


25 




.14 


44 




.31 


39 


1 


.38 


18 


19 


3 




.02 


21 




.12 


35 




.26 


27 


1 


.29 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


18 




.11 


26 




.21 


21 


1 


.24 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


7 




.04 


13 




.11 


9 




.11 


21 


22 


1 




.01 


4 




.03 


10 




.09 


7 


1 


.09 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


6 




.06 


5 




.07 


23 


24 




















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


457 




I 1.80 


3021 




13 12.47 


4280 


20 


18.47 


3032 


10 


13.73 


1—5 


6-24 


244 




1.19 


1497 




14 7.50 


2777 


11 


14.85 


2012 


17 


12.80 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


581 


2 


2.38 


260 




1.22 


84 


1 


c 


)4 31 




.2 


8 1 


2 


375 


1 


1.95 


172 


2 


1.10 


57 


1 


c 


21 




.1 


6 2 


3 


311 


1 


1.68 


145 


2 


1.00 


46 




A 


t4 IS 


. 


.z 


5 3 


4 


256 


1 


1.46 


116 


2 


.87 


34 


2 


• V. 


!5 16 


] 


.1 


4 4 


5 


210 


4 


1.24 


98 


5 


.78 


26 




..^ 


!9 14 


] 


u 


3 5 


6 


175 


2 


1.09 


67 


, , 


.57 


22 


1 


,2. 


!7 IC 


. 


.] 


8 6 


7 


140 




.92 


54 


. . 


.49 


19 




,^ 


'5 9 




.] 


7 7 


8 


120 




.84 


46 


1 


.45 


16 




.^ 


!3 4 




.c 


)8 8 


9 


102 


3 


.77 


40 


1 


.42 


12 




.] 


8 3 




.( 


)7 9 


10 


84 


, 


.67 


35 


1 


.40 


11 




.] 


L8 3 




.( 


)7 10 


11 


70 


1 


.60 


28 




.35 


8 




.] 


L4 2 




.( 


)5 11 


12 


57 


1 


.52 


25 




.34 


6 




.] 


[2 2 




.( 


)6 12 


13 


48 




.47 


24 




.35 


5 




.] 


LI 






13 


14 


44 


2 


.47 


20 




.32 


3 




.( 


)7 






14 


15 


33 




.38 


19 




.32 


3 




.( 


)8 






15 


16 


27 




.34 


14 




.26 


2 




.( 


)6 






16 


17 


22 




.30 


11 




.22 


1 




.( 


)3 






17 


18 


17 




.25 


9 




.20 














18 


19 


16 




.25 


7 




.17 














19 


20 


14 




.24 


3 




.08 














20 


21 


6 




.11 


3 




.09 














21 


22 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 














22 


23 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 














23 


24 


1 




.02 




















24 


1—5 


1733 


9 


8.71 


791 


11 


4.97 


247 


4 


2. 


L2 IOC 


) : 


I 1.: 


?6 1—5 


6-24 


980 


10 


8.32 


408 


4 


5.13 


108 


2 


1.' 


n 3: 


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58 6-24 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 

T 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 

13 



7 
6 
6 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 

40 
44 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 

7l6 

.13 

.13 

.12 

.13 

.12 

.11 

.12 

.10 

.11 

.08 

.09 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 

.13 

.14 

.16 

.17 

.1 

.20 

.11 



.67 
2.241 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.05 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.19 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.24 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages a1 


Entry 


15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


2756 
1581 
1342 
1142 
937 


11 

8 
4 
8 
4 


9.35 

7.18 
6.24 
5.43 
4.54 


118 

111 

64 

147 
88 


1606 

998 
849 
713 
599 




7 6.17 
2 4.94 

2 4.32 

3 3.75 
5 3.26 


113 
40 
46 
80 

153 


344 

229 
191 
150 
124 


1 

3 
2 
4 
5 


1.76 
1.60 

1.44 
1.22 
1.07 


57 
188 
139 
328 
467 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


7758 
1426 
1450 
1208 
434 


35 
7 

11 
6 

1 


32.74 
6.98 
7.26 
6.45 
2.85 


107 

100 

152 

93 

35 


4765 
934 
948 
794 
316 


1! 
( 

1( 


? 22.44 
3 5.32 
) 5.93 
) 6.20 
; 3.67 


85 
113 

84 
161 
163 


1038 
162 
160 
141 

53 


15 
1 
3 
1 
1 


7.09 
1.58 
1.86 
2.20 
1.21 


212 

63 

161 

45 
83 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 1 12276 


60 


56.28 


107 


7757 


4t 


) 43.56 


106 


1554 21 


13.94 


151 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


46 
30 
25 

22 
20 


1 

1 
1 


.47 

.41 
.38 
.36 
.36 


244 

278 
278 


7 
5 
3 




.16 
.15 
.12 






4759 

2843 
2410 
2027 
1680 


19 
14 
8 
16 
15 


17.91 
14.28 
12.50 
10.76 
9.23 


106 

98 

64 

149 

163 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


143 
28 
20 
14 
15 


3 


1.98 

.58 

.55 

.58 

1.21 


152 


15 




.43 






13719 

2550 

2578 

2157 

818 


72 
14 
19 
17 
8 


64.68 
14.46 
15.60 
15.43 
8.94 


111 

97 

122 

110 

89 


1-5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


220 


3 


4.90 61 


15 




.43 . 




21822 


130 


119.11 


109 


1-24 



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112. BRICKLAYERS 






Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to RiskI 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


97 




.30 


433 


2 


1.43 


528 


1 


1.85 


488 


2 


1.81 


1 


2 


66 




.28 


274 


2 


1.23 


335 


3 


1.54 


328 


2 


1.57 


2 


3 


53 




.24 


211 


2 


.97 


284 




1.33 


265 


1 


1.30 


3 


4 


39 




.18 


162 


1 


.76 


235 




1.13 


223 




1.12 


4 


5 


27 




.12 


125 




.60 


200 




.98 


184 




.96 


5 


6 


23 




L .11 


90 


1 


.43 


168 




.82 


153 




.81 


6 


7 


19 




.09 


79 




.39 


135 




.68 


134 




.72 


7 


8 


15 




.07 


63 




.31 


112 




.56 


108 




.59 


8 


9 


12 




.06 


56 




.27 


93 




.47 


99 


2 


.56 


9 


10 


9 




.04 


47 




.23 


84 




.44 


83 




.49 


10 


11 


8 




.04 


38 




.19 


66 




.35 


69 




.43 


11 


12 


7 




.03 


32 




.16 


58 




.31 


57 




.38 


12 


13 


6 




.03 


29 




.15 


48 




.26 


54 




.38 


13 


14 


5 




.02 


25 




.13 


44 




.25 


44 




.33 


14 


15 


3 




.01 


22 




.12 


38 




.22 


37 




.30 


15 


16 


3 




.02 


20 




.11 


32 




.20 


33 


1 


.28 


16 


17 


3 




.02 


12 




.07 


28 




.18 


28 




.25 


17 


18 


3 




.02 


9 




.05 


24 




.17 


22 




.22 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


8 




.05 


20 




.15 


18 




.19 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


8 




.05 


15 




.12 


17 




.20 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


6 




.04 


11 




.09 


12 




.15 


21 


22 








3 




.02 


6 




.05 


6 




.08 


22 


23 








3 




.02 


3 




.03 


4 




.06 


23 


24 








1 




.01 














24 


1—5 


282 




I 1.12 


1205 


7 


4.99 


1582 


5 


6.83 


1488 


5 


6.76 


1-5 


6-24 


120 




I .59 


551 


3 


2.80 


985 


2 


5.35 


978 5 


6.42 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


I Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


381 


4 


1.56 


203 




1 .95 


117 


2 


.75 


48 


.44 


1 


2 


248 


2 


1.29 


139 




1 .89 


81 




.71 


35 


.44 


2 


3 


207 


2 


1.12 


119 




1 .82 


66 




.63 


31 2 


.43 


3 


4 


167 




.95 


98 




1 .74 


55 




.57 


27 


.41 


4 


5 


140 




.83 


81 




.65 


48 




.54 


23 1 


.37 


5 


6 


119 


1 


.74 


64 




.54 


40 




.49 


18 


.32 


6 


7 


106 


1 


.70 


56 




.51 


35 




.46 


13 2 


.25 


7 


8 


88 


2 


.62 


46 




2 .45 


31 




.44 


9 


.19 


8 


9 


76 


2 


.57 


39 




1 .41 


22 




.34 


9 1 


.20 


9 


10 


67 


. . 


.54 


36 




2 .41 


18 




.30 


6 


.15 


10 


11 


59 


, . 


.50 


30 




1 .38 


15 




.27 


4 


.11 


11 


12 


52 


3 


.47 


21 




.28 


11 




.22 


4 


.12 


12 


13 


44 




.43 


21 




.31 


11 




.24 


3 


.10 


13 


14 


39 


1 


.41 


18 




.28 


11 




.26 




.04 


14 


15 


38 


, , 


.44 


18 




1 .31 


8 




.21 




.04 


15 


16 


27 


1 


.34 


12 




2 .22 


8 




.23 




.04 


16 


17 


22 




.30 


7 




1 .14 


7 




.22 




.05 


17 


18 


20 


. . 


.29 


6 




.13 


6 




.21 






18 


19 


18 




.28 


5 




.12 


5 




.19 






19 


20 


15 




.26 


4 




.11 


2 




.08 






20 


21 


10 




.19 


4 




.12 


2 




.09 






21 


22 


8 




.16 


3 




.10 


1 




.05 






22 


23 


4 


. . 


.09 


1 




.04 












23 


24 


2 




.05 






. 








_ 




24 


1—5 


1143 


8 


5.75 


640 




4 4.05 


367 




! 3.20 


164 3 


2.09 


1—5 


6-24 


814 


11 


7.38 


391 


] 


10 4.86 


233 


t 


) 4.30 


70 3 


1.61 


6-24 



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Ages at 


Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


22 
16 

12 
9 




.27 
.25 
.22 
.18 


10 

7 
5 
4 


.16 
.14 
.12 
.11 


4 
3 
2 
1 




.08 5 

.08 3 
.06 3 
.04 3 




.15 
.15 

.17 
.19 


1 

2 

3 
4 


6 




.13 


4 : 


I .12 


1 




.04 3 




.20 


5 


6 




.14 


2 


.06 


1 




.04 3 




.22 


6 


4 




.11 


2 


.07 


1 




1 .05 3 




.24 


7 


3 




.09 


2 


.08 








3 




.25 


8 


3 




.10 


2 


.09 










3 




.27 


9 


10 


2 




.07 


2 


.09 










3 




.30 


10 


11 


2 




.08 


2 


.10 










3 




.32 


11 


12 


2 




.09 


2 


.11 










2 




.21 


12 


13 






.05 


2 


.12 














.13 


13 


14 






.05 


2 


.13 














.14 


14 


15 






.06 


2 


.14 














.15 


15 


16 






.06 


2 


.16 














.16 


16 


17 








1 


.08 














.17 


17 


18 










, , 














.19 


18 


19 










, , 














.20 


19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


6 = 


, , 


1.05 


30 : 


2 .65 


11 




.30 17 




.86 


1—5 


6-24 


2e 


2 


.90 


23 


1.23 


2 




1 .09 27 




2.95 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1058 
675 

548 
436 
352 


3 
5 
3 
1 
1 


3.58 
3.05 
2.54 
2.07 
1.70 


84 

164 

118 

48 

59 


869 

576 
472 
390 
324 


6 
4 
3 


3.37 
2.86 
2.42 
2.07 
1.79 


178 
140 
124 


320 
220 

185 
153 
129 


3 

1 

2 

1 


1.70 
1.60 
1.45 
1.31 
1.19 


176 
63 

138 
76 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3069 
514 
491 
429 
222 


13 
2 
2 

1 
1 


12.94 
2.52 
2.45 
2.27 
1.50 


100 
79 
82 
44 
67 


2631 
512 
521 
493 
266 


13 
3 
6 

5 
2 


12.51 
2.97 
3.37 
4.07 
3.39 


104 
101 
178 
123 
59 


1007 

195 

192 

164 

73 


7 
3 
6 
2 
5 


7.25 
2.00 
2.35 
2.76 
2.05 


97 
150 
25^ 

72 

244 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4725 


19 


21.68 


88 


4423 


29 


26.31 


110 


1631 


23 


16.41 


140 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 

: : = 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


80 
58 

48 
40 
33 


• • 

2 
3 


.87 

.83 
.77 
.70 
.62 


260 

484 


9 
6 

5 
4 
4 




.23 
.23 
.23 
.23 
.24 




2336 

1535 

1258 

1023 

842 


12 
10 
10 

2 
4 


9.75 
8.57 

7.41 
6.38 
5.54 


123 

117 

135 

31 

72 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


259 

45 

38 

30 

6 


5 
3 

1 

i 


3.79 

.95 

1.06 

1.34 

.39 


132 

316 

94 

256 


28 
8 
9 
8 
4 


1 


1.16 

.55 
.82 
.95 
.72 


182 


6994 
1274 
1251 
1124 
571 


38 

12 

15 

8 

9 


37.65 

8.99 

10.05 

11.39 

8.05 


101 
133 
149 
70 
112 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


378 


10 


7.53 


133 


57 


1 


4.20 


24 


11214 


82 


76.13 


108 


1-24 



157 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


lusur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


323 


1 


1.00 


1456 


5 


4.80 


1733 


12| 6.07 


1498 


2 


5.54 


1 


2 


170 


1 


.73 


856 


5 


3.85 


1106 




5 5.09 


1037 


3 


4.98 


2 


3 


141 




.63 


694 


4 


3.19 


946 




1 4.45 


884 


3 


4.33 


3 


4 


112 




.52 


565 


4 


2.66 


807 




4 3.87 


758 


3 


3.79 


4 


5 


92 




.42 


483 




2.32 


687 




3 3.37 


664 


3 


3.45 


5 


6 


71 




.33 


414 


1 


1.99 


578 




2.83 


570 


5 


3.02 


6 


7 


57 




.27 


363 


2 


1.78 


507 




1 2.54 


480 


8 


2.59 


7 


8 


50 




.24 


307 


1 


1.50 


463 




2.32 


392 


7 


2.16 


8 


9 


42 




.20 


251 




1.23 


410 




1 2.09 


353 


, , 


2.01 


9 


10 


37 




.18 


218 




1.07 


370 




2 1.92 


313 


3 


1.85 


10 


11 


28 




.13 


187 




.94 


312 




1.65 


260 




1.61 


11 


12 


26 




.13 


159 


2 


.80 


268 




1 1.45 


230 




1.52 


12 


13 


22 




.11 


135 




.69 


240 




1 1.32 


200 


3 


1.40 


13 


14 


19 




.09 


120 




.62 


208 




3 1.19 


180 


1 


1.35 


14 


15 


15 




.07 


104 




.55 


173 




1.02 


153 


1 


1.22 


15 


16 


11 




.06 


86 




.46 


131 




1 .81 


115 


, . 


.98 


16 


17 


10 




.05 


74 




.41 


108 




2 .71 


85 


, . 


.77 


17 


18 


8 




.04 


55 




.31 


87 




.61 


70 


, , 


.69 


18 


19 


5 




.03 


44 




.26 


70 




.53 


59 


, , 


.63 


19 


20 


4 




.02 


34 




.21 


52 




.42 


52 


1 


.60 


20 


21 








15 




.10 


25 




.21 


28 


1 


.35 


21 


22 








14 




.10 


20 




.18 


19 


, . 


.26 


22 


23 








8 




.06 


14 




.14 


9 


, , 


.13 


23 


24 








3 




.02 








2 




.03 


24 


1—5 


838 


2 


3.30 


4054 


18 


16.82 


5279 


25 22.85 


4841 


14 


22.09 


1—5 


6-24 


405 




1.95 


2591 


7 


13.10 


4036 


] 


12 21.94 


3570 


30 


23.17 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



973 

688 

599 

530 

456 

385 

337 

290 

255 

227 

191 

168 

140 

121 

98 

74 

65 

53 

43 

39 

17 

11 

4 

2 

3246 

2520 



Actual 
Deaths 



17 

22 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



3.99 

3.58 

3.23 

3.02 

2.69 

2.39 

2.22 

2.03 

1.91 

1.82 

1.62 

1.53 

1.37 

1.28 

1.13 

.93 

.88 

.77 

.68 

.67 

.31 

.22 

.09 

.05 

16.51 

21.90 



575 

412 

343 

293 

258 

210 

174 

147 

128 

109 

87 

75 

70 

61 

52 

40 

32 

28 

20 

14 

6 

5 



1881 
1258 



Actual 
Deaths 



17 
12 



Expected 
Deaths 



2.70 

2.64 

2.37 

2.20 

2.06 

1.79 

1.58 

1.44 

1.36 

1.25 

1.09 

1.01 

1.02 

.96 

.89 

.74 

.64 

.61 

.48 

.37 

.17 

.16 



11.97 
15.56 



Exposed 
to Risk 



308 

222 

194 

167 

144 

115 

97 

87 

70 

64 

53 

41 

35 

30 

27 

21 

18 

13 

9 

7 

2 

1 

1 

1035 
691 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.97 
1.95 
1.84 

1.74 

1.63 

1.40 

1.28 

1.24 

1.08 

1.07 

.96 

.80 

.75 

.70 

.69 

.59 

.56 

.45 

.34 

.29 

.09 

.05 

.06 

9.13 
12.40 



97 

67 

57 

44 

36 

27 

23 

21 

18 

17 

12 

11 

8 

6 

6 

4 

3 

2 

1 

1 



301 
160 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.88 
.84 
.79 
.66 
.59 
.47 
.44 
.43 
.41 
.42 
.33 
.33 
.26 
.22 
.24 
.18 
.15 
.11 
.06 
.06 



3.76 
4.11 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



158 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 

T 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Kxposed 
to Risk 



65 
49 

37 

31 

25 

16 

13 

12 

9 

7 

7 

6 

5 

5 

4 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



207 
90 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.79 
.77 
.68 
.62 
.55 
.38 
.34 
.35 
.29 
.25 
.27 
.26 
.24 
.26 
.23 
.12 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 



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57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



31 
24 
19 
17 

15 

11 

7 
7 
4 
3 
3 
2 



106 
46 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.50 

.49 

.46 

.45 

.44 

.35 

.25 

.27 

.17 

.14 

.15 

.11 

.06 

.07 

.07 

.08 

.08 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 



2.34 
2.22 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
14 
13 
10 

7 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 



60 

14 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



33 
39 
42 
35 
27 
17 
19 
15 
06 
06 
07 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.76 
.70 



14 

5 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



11 

12 
15 
11 
12 
13 
14 
07 



.61 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



4| 6- 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 






Insur- 


Years 




Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


3512 


18 


11.87 


152 


2471 


9 


9.53 


94 


883 


4 


4.67 


86 


1 


2 


2132 


11 


9.67 


114 


1725 


5 


8.56 


58 


634 


6 


4.59 


131 


2 


3 


1781 


5 


8.27 


60 


1483 


4 


7.56 


53 


537 


7 


4.21 


166 


3 


4 


1484 


8 


7.05 


113 


1288 


8 


6.81 


117 


460 




3.94 




4 


5 


1262 


3 


6.11 


49 


1120 


5 


6.14 


81 


402 


7 


3.69 


190 


5 


1—5 


10171 


45 


42.97 


105 


8087 


31 


38.60 


80 


2916 


24 


21.10 


114 


1—5 


6—7 


1990 


4 


9.74 


41 


1772 


21 


10.22 


205 


596 


4 


6.05 


66 


6—7 


8-10 


2148 


4 


10.75 


37 


1830 


11 


11.78 


93 


605 


6 


7.44 


81 


8-10 


11-15 


2016 


7 


10.76 


65 


1741 


14 


14.03 


100 


531 


6 


8.87 


68 


11-15 


16-24 


878 


4 


5.74 


70 


747 


6 


9.04 


66 


217 


4 


5.60 


71 


16-24 


1-24 


17203 


64 


79.96 


80 


14177 


83 


83.67 


99 


4865 


44 


49.06 


90 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5fl 


-59 






60 a 


ad over 






All Ag< 


;s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Vears 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


193 


2 


2.17 


92 


20 




.44 




7079 


33 


28.68 


115 


1 


2 


140 


4 


2.10 


190 


17 




.51 




4648 


26 


25.43 


102 


2 


3 


113 


5 


1.93 


259 


16 


1 


.57 


175 


3930 


22 


22.54 


98 


3 


4 


92 




1.73 




12 




.46 




3336 


16 


19.99 


80 


4 


5 


76 


6 


1.58 


380 


9 


1 


.39 


256 


2869 


22 


17.91 


123 


5 


1—5 


614 


17 


9.51 


179 


74 


2 


2.37 


84 


21862 


119 


114.55 


104 


1—5 


6 7 


97 


3 


2.23 


135 


12 


1 


.63 


159 


4467 


33 


28.87 


114 


6—7 


8-10 


98 


5 


2.73 


183 


6 




.34 




4687 


26 


33.04 


79 


8-10 


11-15 


78 


5 


3.10 


161 


1 




.07 




4367 


32 


36.83 


87 


11-15 


16-24 


23 


1 


1.56 


64 




. . 






1865 


15 


21.94 


68 


16-24 


1-24 


910 


31 


19.13 


162 


93 


3 


3.41 


88 


37248 


225 


235.23 


96 


1-24 



159 



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Ages at 


Entt-y 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


195 




.60 


1416 


5 


4.67 


1780 


5 


6.23 


1767 


7 


6.54 


1 


2 


117 


] 


.50 


788 


3 


3.55 


1057 


7 


4.86 


1187 


3 


5.70 


2 


3 


96 




.43 


679 


2 


3.12 


887 


2 


4.17 


1048 


3 


5.14 


3 


4 


77 




.35 


583 


1 


2.74 


762 


1 


3.66 


903 


7 


4.52 


4 


5 


63 




.29 


508 


5 


2.44 


657 


1 


3.22 


797 


8 


4.14 


5 


6 


49 




.23 


441 


1 


2.12 


575 


2 


2.82 


710 


2 


3.76 


6 


7 


39 




.18 


385 


1 


1.89 


507 


3 


2.54 


622 


3 


3.36 


7 


8 


31 




.15 


332 




1.63 


460 


, , 


2.30 


547 


2 


3.01 


8 


9 


27 




.13 


284 


1 


1.39 


417 


1 


2.13 


495 


2 


2.82 


9 


10 


21 




.10 


253 


1 


1.24 


374 


3 


1.94 


443 


3 


2.61 


10 


11 


19 




.09 


214 




1.07 


325 




1.72 


369 


2 


2.29 


11 


12 


14 




.07 


192 


1 


.96 


292 




1.58 


326 


1 


2.15 


12 


13 


11 




.05 


160 




.82 


261 




1.44 


287 


2 


2.01 


13 


14 


8 




.04 


146 




.76 


234 




1.33 


258 


3 


1.94 


14 


15 


5 




.02 


133 




.70 


214 




L26 


231 


1 


1.85 


15 


16 


3 




.02 


112 


1 


.60 


180 




1.12 


187 


5 


1.59 


16 


17 


1 




.01 


85 


2 


.47 


154 




1.02 


157 


1 


1.43 


17 


18 


1 




.01 


68 




.38 


130 




.91 


122 


1 


1.20 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


57 




.33 


99 




.74 


97 


1 


1.03 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


49 




.30 


80 


1 


.64 


80 


1 


.92 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


27 


1 


.17 


52 




.44 


42 


1 


.53 


21 


22 








16 




.11 


34 




.31 


32 




.43 


22 


23 








7 




.05 


26 




.25 


19 


i 


.28 


23 


24 








4 




.03 


8 




.08 


8 


1 


.13 


24 


1—5 


548 




I 2.17 


3974 


16 


16.52 


5143 


16 


22.14 


5702 


28 


26.04 


1—5 


6-24 


232 




1.13 


2965 


9 


15.02 


4422 


11 


24.57 


5032 


33 


33.34 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Bxpected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


1306 


7 


5.35 


751 


2 


3.53 


401 


3 


2.57 


167 


1 


1.52 


1 


2 


902 


3 


4.69 


501 




3.21 


274 




2.41 


121 


4 


1.51 


2 


3 


795 


3 


4.29 


449 


4 


3.10 


239 




2.27 


104 


2 


1.44 


3 


4 


705 


3 


4.02 


399 


4 


2.99 


197 




2.05 


96 


2 


1.44 


4 


5 


611 


4 


3.60 


339 


2 


2.71 


176 




1.99 


76 


2 


1.24 


5 


6 


512 


3 


3.17 


297 


4 


2.52 


135 




1.65 


65 


1 


1.14 


6 


7 


445 


2 


2.94 


247 


5 


2.25 


116 




1.53 


59 




1.12 


7 


8 


394 


2 


2.76 


210 




2.06 


103 




1.47 


52 




1.07 


8 


9 


352 


2 


2.64 


190 


4 


2.01 


91 




1.40 


45 




1.01 


9 


10 


299 




2.39 


173 


1 


1.99 


79 




1.32 


34 




.84 


10 


11 


258 


4 


2.19 


148 


1 


1.85 


63 




1.14 


27 




.73 


11 


12 


232 


2 


2.11 


126 


1 


1.70 


56 




1.10 


23 




.69 


12 


13 


202 




1.98 


111 


2 


1.62 


45 




.96 


21 




.70 


13 


14 


179 




1.90 


99 


3 


1.56 


41 




.96 


16 




.58 


14 


15 


160 




1.84 


82 




1.40 


33 




.85 


14 


2 


.56 


15 


16 


125 




1.56 


69 


i 


1.28 


30 




.85 


11 




.49 


16 


17 


96 




1.30 


56 


2 


1.13 


25 




.78 


11 




.53 


17 


18 


79 




1.15 


47 


1 


1.03 


20 




.69 


9 




.48 


18 


19 


66 




1.04 


40 




.96 


17 




.64 


8 




.46 


19 


20 


55 


, . 


.94 


31 


2 


.82 


13 




.54 


8 




.51 


20 


21 


30 


, , 


.56 


15 




.44 


7 




.32 


5 




.34 


21 


22 


24 




.48 


9 




.29 


6 




.30 


4 




.30 


22 


23 


12 


, , 


.26 


7 




.25 


3 




.17 


4 




.32 


23 


24 


8 




.19 


3 




.12 


1 




.06 


2 


. . 


.17 


24 


1—5 


4319 


20 


21.95 


2439 


12 


15.54 


1287 




11.29 


564 


11 


7.15 


1—5 


6-24 


3528 


20 


31.40 


1960 


27 


25.28 


884 


11 


16.73 


418 


9 


12.04 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 


54-56 




57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- , 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


86 


1 


1.05 


31 






.50 


21 




.43 


15 


1 




.41 


1 


2 


61 


1 


.96 


27 






.55 


15 




.41 


12 






.46 


2 


3 


55 




1.01 


25 


1 




.60 


13 




.42 


9 


2 




.40 


3 


4 


48 




.96 


21 


1 




.55 


11 




.39 


5 


1 




.25 


4 


5 


39 


1 


.85 


18 






.52 


9 




.35 


3 






.15 


5 


6 


30 


1 


.72 


14 






.45 


7 




.30 


2 






.11 


6 


7 


29 




.77 


13 






.46 


6 




.28 


2 






.12 


7 


8 


26 




.76 


11 






.43 


6 




.31 


2 






.13 


8 


9 


24 




.77 


11 






.47 


5 




.28 


2 






.14 


9 


10 


21 




.74 


7 






.33 


5 




.31 


1 






.08 


10 


11 


17 




.66 


5 






.26 


2 




.13 


1 






.08 


11 


12 


14 




.60 


4 






.23 


2 




.14 










12 


13 


12 


1 


.57 


3 






.19 


2 




.16 










13 


14 


11 




.57 


3 






.20 


2 




.17 










14 


15 


9 




.51 


3 






.22 


2 




.18 










15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
2^ 


16 


7 




.43 


2 






.16 






.10 










17 


5 




.33 


2 






.17 






.11 










18 
19 
20 
21 


4 
3 
3 
2 


"i 


.29 
.23 
.25 
.18 


1 
1 
1 






.09 
.10 
.11 






.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 










22 


2 


, , 


.20 
























23 


1 


. . 


.11 
























24 


24 


. , 


















• • 












1—5 


289 


3 


4.83 


122 


2 




2.72 


6S 




2.00 


44 


4 


1.67 


1—5 


6-24 


22C 


3 


8.69 


81 


5 




3.87 


45 2 


3.01 


10 




.66 


6-24 






SYNOPSIS 


Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 






3C 


-39 




40-49 






Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposec 
to Risk 


1 Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


33S 

19 1 
16( 
14: 
12: 


)1 10 
)2 11 
52 4 
?2 2 
18 6 


11.; 

8.S 

7.; 

6.: 

5.i 


i 

n 1: 

n I 

)5 1( 


i7 3073 
!3 2089 
)2 1843 
50 1608 
)1 1408 


14 

6 

6 

10 

12 


11.89 

10.39 

9.43 

8.54 

7.74 


118 

58 

64 

117 

155 


1152 

775 
688 
596 
515 


5 

1 

4 
6 
3 


6.10 
5.62 
5.37 
5.04 
4.70 


82 
18 
74 
119 
64 
7 1 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

1 e; 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


96( 
19< 
21< 
22. 
11' 
172 


S5 33 
?6 7 
?9 6 
28 2 
?6 5 
34 53 


40.{ 
9.' 

ll.( 

ll.< 
8.( 

81. 


33 { 

^8 

)1 

n 

32 ( 
55 < 


U 10021 
72 2289 

54 2530 
17 2502 
52 1239 

55 18581 


48 
10 
11 
16 
16 
101 


47.99 
13.23 
16.23 
20.26 
15.02 
112.73 


100 
76 
68 
79 

107 
90 


3726 
795 
846 
804 
399 

6570 


19 

10 

8 

IC 
IC 
57 


26.83 
7.95 
10.25 
13.14 
10.67 
68.84 


126 
78 
76 
94 
83 


6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1-24 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Expose 
toRisl 


50 

d Actual 
c Deaths 


-59 

Expected 
Deaths 


Rati< 

% 


J Expo 
toR 


sed 
sk 

36 


60 ai 

Actual 
Deaths 

1 


id over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


All Ag 

Actual 
Deaths 


es at Entry 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 


2 


84 2 


3. 


07 


55 


.84 
.87 
82 


119 


793€ 

5062 


3: 
2: 


I 33.41) 

J 28.81 


8C 


2 


2 


2 


09 5 


3. 


02 1 


56 -i-i 
98 22 
02 16 
15 12 


"2 
1 


244 


439S 


» 15 


) 26.39 


1: 


3 


3 


1 


84 3 


3. 


05 


64 


156 


380/ 


2: 


I 23.92 


9: 


4 


4 


1 


65 3 
11 ^ 


2. 

2 


95 1 
61 1 


.50 




3296 


) 2' 


1 21.50 


11; 


I 5 
-^ 1 S 


5 
1—5 


1 

9 


33 
75 16 


14. 


70 1 


09 113 
86 17 
78 21 
55 11 
64 6 
84 168 


4 
1 


3.67 
81 


109 
123 


2450( 
530' 


) 12( 

7 3 


3 134.02 
2 36.43 


Si 


J 1 
3 6—7 


6 7 


2 


10 4 


4. 


66 


1.25 
.86 
.75 

7.34 




582' 


1 3 


D 45.16 


6 


5 8-10 


8-10 
11-15 
16-24 

1-24 


2 

1 

16 


31 5 
82 4 
96 4 
94 33 


6. 

7. 

6. 

39. 


42 
27 
25 
30 


1 
6 


116 

82 


572' 

293( 

4429 


1 3 
5 3 
7 25 


3 53.44 
5 40.71 
309.76 


6 
8 
8 


2 11-15 
6 16-24 
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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Kxpected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


75 




.23 


286 




.94 


254 




.89 


222 


1 


.82 


1 


2 


47 




.20 


181 




.81 


171 




1 .79 


158 




.76 


2 


3 


40 


, , 


.18 


152 




.70 


147 




1 .69 


135 


1 


.66 


3 


4 


31 




.14 


133 


, , 


.63 


129 




1 .62 


117 


2 


.59 


4 


5 


26 




.12 


106 




.51 


108 




2 .53 


108 


1 


.56 


5 


6 


16 




.08 


89 




.43 


94 




.46 


85 




.45 


6 


7 


14 




.07 


71 




.35 


87 




2 .44 


73 


1 


.39 


7 


8 


11 




.05 


51 




.2^ 


74 




2 .37 


67 




.37 


8 


9 


7 




.03 


43 




.21 


64 




.33 


58 


2 


.33 


9 


10 


5 




.02 


33 




.16 


54 




.28 


53 




.31 


10 


11 


4 




.02 


29 




.15 


47 




.25 


46 




.29 


11 


12 


4 




.02 


23 




.12 


41 




.22 


40 




.26 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


16 




.08 


38 




.21 


34 




.24 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


13 




.07 


31 




1 .18 


30 




.23 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


12 




.06 


26 




.15 


26 




.21 


15 


16 


1 




.01 


7 




.04 


22 




.14 


24 




.20 


16 


17 








5 




.03 


18 




.12 


18 




.16 


17 


18 








4 




.02 


13 




.09 


14 




.14 


18 


19 








3 




.02 


9 




.07 


11 




.12 


19 


20 








3 




.02 


7 




.06 


11 




.13 


20 


21 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 


4 




.05 


21 


22 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


2 




.03 


22 


23 














1 




.01 


1 




.01 


23 


24 














1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


215 


^ 


.87 


858 




Z 3.59 


809 




5 3.52 


740 


5 


3.39 


1-5 


6-24 


7C 


. 


.33 404 




5 2.03 


630 




5 3.42 


597 


3 


3.92 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


144 


1 


.59 


79 




.37 


50 




.32 


22 




.20 


1 


2 


93 


1 


.48 


65 




.42 


37 




.33 


16 




L .20 


2 


3 


81 


1 


.44 


60 


1 


.41 


29 




.28 


14 




.19 


3 


4 


70 


1 


.40 


52 


1 


.39 


26 




I .27 


12 




.18 


4 


5 


64 




.38 


41 


1 


.33 


22 




.25 


12 




.20 


5 


6 


53 




.33 


34 




.29 


15 




.18 


9 




.16 


6 


7 


51 


1 


.34 


31 




.28 


11 




.15 


6 




.11 


7 


8 


44 




.31 


27 


i 


.26 


11 




.16 


5 




.10 


8 


9 


37 


1 


.28 


22 




.23 


11 




.17 


3 


] 


[ .07 


9 


10 


33 




.26 


19 




.22 


10 




.17 


2 




.05 


10 


11 


30 




.26 


17 


1 


.21 


5 




.09 


2 




.05 


11 


12 


26 




.24 


16 




.22 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 


12 


13 


21 




.21 


15 




.22 


3 




.06 


2 




[ .07 


13 


14 


19 




.20 


15 




.24 


3 




I .07 






.04 


14 


15 


18 




.21 


13 




.22 


2 




.05 






.04 


15 


16 


15 




.19 


8 




.15 


1 




.03 






.04 


16 


17 


14 




.19 


6 




.12 


1 




.03 






.05 


17 


18 


11 




.16 


4 




.09 












.05 


18 


19 


7 




.11 


4 




.10 












.06 


19 


20 


6 




.10 


3 




.08 












.06 


20 


21 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 














21 


22 


1 




.02 


2 




.06 














22 


23 


1 




.02 




















23 


24 


1 




.02 




















24 


1—5 


452 


4 


2.29 


297 


3 


1.92 


164 


] 


L 1.45 


76 


] 


L .97 


1—5 


6-24 


391 


3 


3.51 


238 


2 


3.05 


76 


] 


I 1.22 


38 


ji 


! 1.01 


6-24 



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SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Rat 


o Exposed 








Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


615 




2.06 




366 


2 


1.41 


1 


42 129 




.69 




1 


2 


399 


1 


1.80 


56 


251 


1 


1.24 




81 102 




.75 




2 


3 


339 


2 


1.57 


127 


216 


2 


1.10 


1 


82 89 


1 


.69 


145 


3 


4 


293 


1 


1.39 


72 


187 


3 


.99 


3 


03 78 


2 


.66 


303 


4 


5 


240 


3 


1.16 


259 


172 


1 


.94 


1 


06 63 


1 


.58 


172 


5 


1—5 


1886 


7 


7.98 


88 


1192 


9 


5.68 


1 


58 461 


4 


3.37 


119 


1—5 


6—7 


371 


4 


1.83 


219 


262 


2 


1.51 


1 


32 91 




.90 




6—7 


8-10 


342 


2 


1.70 


118 


292 


3 


1.86 


1 


61 100 


1 


1.21 


83 


8-10 


11-15 


292 


2 


1.56 


128 


290 


1 


2.35 




43 92 


2 


1.44 


139 


11-15 


16-24 


99 


. . 


.69 




144 




1.71 




31 




.72 




16-24 


1-24 


2990 


15 


13.76 


109 


2180 


15 


13.11 


1 


14 775 


7 


7.64 


92 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


50 


-59 






60 a 


nd over 






AllAgf 


:s at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Rati< 


) Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


30 




.31 




3 




.06 




1143 


2 


4.53 


44 


1 


2 


24 


1 


.34 


294 


3 




.08 




779 


3 


4.21 


71 


2 


3 


21 




.33 




3 




.10 




668 


5 


3.79 


132 


3 


4 


19 




.34 




3 




.11 




580 


6 


3.49 


172 


4 


5 


18 




.35 




3 




.12 




496 


5 


3.15 


159 


5 


1—5 


112 


1 


1.67 


60 


15 




.47 




3666 


21 


19.17 


110 


1—5 


6 7 


24 


1 


.52 


192 


6 




.27 




754 


7 


5.03 


139 


6—7 


8-10 


11 


1 


.26 


385 


9 




.51 




754 


7 


5.54 


126 


8-10 


11-15 


8 


1 


.26 


385 


12 


1 


.93 


IC 


)8 694 


7 


6.54 


107 


11-15 


16-24 


5 




.26 




1 


1 


.10 


10( 


)0 280 


1 


3.48 


29 


16-24 


1-24 


160 


4 


2.97 


135 


43 


2 


2.28 


I 


i8 6148 


43 


39.76 


108 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 


^anS" Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years ^^'^ 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


YeS 


1 


92 




.29 


325 


4 


1.07 


280 




.98 


191 




.71 


1 


2 


48 


1 


.21 


187 


1 


.84 


192 


1 


.88 


142 




.68 


2 


3 


38 




.17 


167 


1 


.77 


170 


1 


.80 


128 




.63 


3 


4 


31 




.14 


142 




.67 


143 


1 


.69 


109 


2 


.55 


4 


5 


26 




.12 


122 




.59 


124 




.61 


87 


1 


.45 


5 


6 


25 




.12 


100 


2 


.48 


110 


1 


.54 


72 


, , 


.38 


6 


7 


21 




.10 


83 




.41 


92 


1 


.46 


62 


1 


.33 


7 


8 


18 




.08 


65 




.32 


77 


1 


.39 


57 




.31 


8 


9 


15 




.07 


55 




.27 


64 




.33 


52 




.30 


9 


10 


14 




.07 


50 




.25 


56 




.29 


48 


2 


.28 


10 


11 


11 




.05 


42 




.21 


43 




.23 


37 




.23 


11 


12 


11 




.05 


34 




.17 


41 




.22 


33 




.22 


12 


13 


10 




.05 


29 




.15 


36 




.20 


24 




.17 


13 


14 


8 




.04 


23 




.12 


33 




.19 


23 




.17 


14 


15 


6 




I .03 


19 




.10 


26 


i 


.15 


21 




.17 


15 


16 


3 




.02 


15 




.08 


20 




.12 


18 




.15 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


11 




.06 


16 


1 


.11 


15 


1 


.14 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


8 




.04 


12 




.08 


9 




.09 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


6 




.03 


9 




.07 


8 




.08 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


2 




.01 


8 




.06 


4 




.05 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


3 




.03 


4 




.05 


21 


22 






. 








3 




.03 


2 


1 


.03 


22 


23 






. 








3 




.03 


1 




.01 


23 


24 






. 








1 




.01 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


235 




1 .93 


943 


6 


3.94 


909 


3 


3.96 


657 


3 


3.02 


1-5 


6-24 


150 




1 .73 


543 


3 


2.71 


653 


5 


3.54 


491 


6 


3.18 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


127 


1 


.52 


75 


1 


.35 


57 




- 


6 24 




.22 


1 


2 


96 




.50 


61 




.39 


35 




•3 


1 18 




.23 


2 


3 


85 




.46 


55 




.38 


31 




.2 


9 18 




.25 


3 


4 


72 


2 


.41 


45 




.34 


28 




.2 


9 16 




.24 


4 


5 


63 




.37 


40 




.32 


25 




.2 


8 16 




.26 


5 


6 


54 




.33 


35 




.30 


25 




-: 


1 14 




.25 


6 


7 


49 




.32 


28 




.25 


24 




-3 


2 12 




.23 


7 


8 


44 




.31 


24 


1 


.24 


23 




■3 


3 11 




.23 


8 


9 


40 


1 


.30 


19 




.20 


22 




•3 


4 8 




.18 


9 


10 


34 


2 


.27 


17 




.20 


20 




.; 


(3 6 




.15 


10 


11 


22 




.19 


14 




.18 


17 




.; 


(1 6 




.16 


11 


12 


19 






.17 


13 




.18 


14 




.^ 


!7 6 




.18 


12 


13 


17 






.17 


12 




.18 


12 




.^ 


!6 6 




.20 


13 


14 


16 






.17 


11 




.17 


12 




.^ 


!8 6 




.22 


14 


15 


13 






.15 


8 




.14 


10 




.^ 


!6 6 




.24 


15 


16 


8 






.10 


5 




.09 


4 




.] 


LI 5 




.22 


16 


17 


6 






.08 


4 




.08 


2 




.( 


)6 5 




.24 


17 


18 


5 






.07 


3 




.07 








1 




.05 


18 


19 


2 






.03 


2 




.05 








1 




.06 


19 


20 


1 






.02 


2 




.05 








1 




.06 


20 


21 
22 
23 
24 






















1 


• • 


.07 


21 
22 

23 
24 


1—5 


443 


3 


2.26 


276 


1 


1.78 


176 


. . 


1.. 


53 92 




1.20 


1— 


6-24 


330 


3 


2.68 


197 


2 


2.38 


185 


3 


3. 


18 95 


3 


2.74 


6-2 



164 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



11 
10 

8 
8 
8 
6 
4 
4 
3 
2 
2 



45 
21 



54-56 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
127. COTTON FACTORY OPERATIVES (MEN) 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.13 
.16 
.15 
.16 
.18 
.14 
.11 
.12 
.10 
.07 
.08 



.78 
.62 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
12 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.08 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.09 
.05 
.06 



.34 
.50 



Exposed 
to Risk 



60-62 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 



.24 
.26 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


697 
427 
375 
316 
272 


4 

3 
2 
1 


2.34 
1.93 
1.74 
1.50 
1.32 


171 

155 

115 

67 


318 
238 

213 
181 
150 


/ 


I 1.23 

1.18 

1.09 

t .96 

I .82 


81 

41/ 
122 


132 

96 
86 
73 
65 


1 


.71 
.70 
.67 
.63 
.60 


141 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2087 
431 
414 
372 
129 


10 

4 
2 
2 

1 


8.83 
2.11 
2.07 
1.96 
.84 


113 
190 
97 
102 
119 


1100 

237 

275 

225 

84 


( 

] 
c 

] 


) 5.28 
L 1.36 
) 1.77 
1.81 
! .92 


114 

74 
282 

55 
217 


452 
112 
125 
123 
22 


1 

2 
3 


3.31 
1.18 
1.64 
2.23 
.51 


30 

122 
135 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3433 


19 


15.81 


120 


1921 


\l. 


11.14 


135 


834 


6 


8.87 


68 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


41 
32 
28 

26 
26 


1 


.45 
.47 
.45 
.45 
.50 


200 


2 
2 
2 
1 
1 




.04 

.06 
.06 
.04 
.04 




1190 

795 
704 
597 
514 


6 
3 
2 

5 
2 


4.77 

4.34 
4.01 
3.58 
3.28 


126 
69 
50 

140 
61 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


153 
40 
40 
34 
14 


1 

2 
2 
1 


2.32 

.86 

1.11 

1.19 

.70 


43 

180 

168 
143 


8 
2 
3 




.24 
.09 
.17 




3800 
822 
857 
754 
249 


18 

5 

11 

8 
4 


19.98 
5.60 
6.76 
7.19 
2.97 


90 

89 

163 

111 

135 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


281 


6 


6.18 


97 


13 




.50 




6482 


46 


42.50 


108 


1-24 



165 



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133. DOMESTIC SERVANTS (WOMEN) 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 




25-29 


30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 




Actual 


Expected 


Insui 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Year 


1 


202 




.63 


721 


4 


2.38 


713 


8 


2.50 


557 


5 


2.06 


1 


2 


127 




.55 


445 


2 


2.00 


510 


3 


2.35 


426 


1 


2.04 


2 


3 


109 




.49 


378 


2 


1.74 


437 


3 


2.05 


387 


1 


1.90 


3 


4 


92 




.42 


315 




1.48 


376 


2 


1.80 


329 


4 


1.65 


4 


5 


77 




.35 


264 




1.27 


329 


2 


1.61 


284 


2 


1.48 


5 


6 


58 




.27 


225 


1 


1.08 


292 




1.43 


239 


2 


1.27 


6 


7 


49 




.23 


180 


1 


.88 


241 


2 


1.21 


197 


1 


1.06 


7 


8 


40 




.19 


156 


1 


.76 


203 


3 


1.02 


165 




.91 


8 


9 


37 




.18 


138 


1 


.68 


156 


2 


.80 


136 


1 


.78 


9 


10 


36 




.17 


114 




.56 


119 


1 


.62 


109 




.64 


10 


11 


30 




.14 


90 




.45 


88 


2 


.47 


85 


2 


.53 


11 


12 


24 




.12 


72 




.36 


77 




.42 


71 




.47 


12 


13 


22 




.11 


53 




.27 


56 


2 


.31 


58 




.41 


13 


14 


18 




.09 


43 




.22 


46 




.26 


45 




.34 


14 


15 


18 




.09 


37 




.20 


32 




.19 


38 




.30 


15 


16 


16 




.08 


28 




.15 


23 




.14 


26 




.22 


16 


17 


16 




.08 


23 




.13 


18 




.12 


23 




.21 


17 


18 


15 




.08 


18 




.10 


17 


i 


.12 


18 




.18 


18 


19 


11 




.06 


13 




.08 


10 




.08 


14 




.15 


19 


20 


9 




.05 


9 


2 


.05 


8 




.06 


13 




.15 


20 


21 


6 




.03 


2 




.01 


5 




.04 


6 




.08 


21 


22 


6 




.03 


2 




.01 


5 




.05 


1 




.01 


22 


23 


5 




.03 


2 




.01 


1 




.01 


. . 






23 


24 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 








24 


1—5 


607 


2 


2.44 


2123 


8 


8.87 


2365 


18 


10.31 


1983 


13 


9.13 


1— 


6-24 


417 


2 


2.04 


1206 


6 


6.01 


1398 


13 


7.36 


1244 


7 


7.71 


6-2 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insu] 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Yeai 


1 


428 


1 


1.75 


304 


3 


1.43 


206 


1 


1.32 


125 


2 


1.14 


1 


2 


334 


4 


1.74 


240 


1 


1.54 


161 


1 


1.42 


91 


1 


1.14 


2 


3 


303 




1.64 


212 




1.46 


142 


2 


1.35 


80 


3 


1.10 


3 


4 


262 


1 


1.49 


180 


1 


1.35 


128 


2 


1.33 


74 


2 


1.11 


4 


5 


237 


1 


1.40 


165 


2 


1.32 


111 


2 


1.25 


67 




1.09 


5 


6 


207 


, , 


1.28 


138 


2 


1.17 


97 


1 


1.18 


56 


1 


.98 


6 


7 


176 


, . 


1.16 


121 


1 


1.10 


80 


1 


1.06 


46 


2 


.87 


7 


8 


145 


2 


1.02 


99 


1 


.97 


71 


1 


1.02 


39 


2 


.80 


8 


9 


116 


1 


.87 


75 


1 


.80 


62 


2 


.95 


35 


1 


.79 


9 


10 


90 




.72 


56 




.64 


50 




.84 


27 


1 


.67 


10 


11 


69 


2 


.59 


45 




.56 


43 


2 


.78 


23 




.63 


11 


12 


57 




.52 


37 




.50 


35 




.69 


19 


1 


.57 


12 


13 


48 




.47 


30 


1 


.44 


31 




.66 


17 


1 


.56 


13 


14 


43 


1 


.46 


20 




.32 


26 


1 


.61 


16 




.58 


14 


15 


31 


1 


.36 


16 


1 


.27 


23 


1 


.59 


12 


1 


.48 


15 


16 


19 




.24 


10 




.19 


17 




.48 


5 


1 


.22 


16 


17 


18 






.24 


8 




.16 


15 


1 


.47 


4 




.19 


17 


18 


15 






.22 


5 


, . 


.11 


10 


1 


.34 


2 


1 


.11 


18 


19 


11 






.17 


2 




.05 


7 


1 


.27 


1 




.06 


1? 


20 


10 






.17 








2 




.08 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


5 






.09 








1 


1 


.05 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


1 






.02 




















22 


23 


1 






.02 




















2? 


24 


1 






.02 












. . 








24 


1—5 


1564 


7 


8.02 


1101 


7 


7.10 


748 


8 


6.67 


437 


8 


5.58 


1- 


6-24 


1063 


7 


8.64 


662 


7 


7.28 


570 


13 


10.07 


304 


12 


7.64 


&-: 



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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



84 

69 

61 

50 

40 

36 

31 

28 

25 

20 

13 

11 

11 

8 

4 

2 

1 



304 
190 



133. 



54-56 



Actual 
Deaths 



11 

5 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.02 
1.09 



.12 
.01 
.88 
.86 
.82 
.81 
.80 
.71 
.51 
.47 
.52 
.41 
.23 
.12 
.07 



5.12 
6.33 



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DOMESTIC SERVANTS (WOMEN) 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



53 
42 

39 

34 

30 

29 

25 

22 

13 

11 

9 

8 

7 

6 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



198 
138 



Actual 
Deaths 



5 
11 



Expected 
Deaths 



.85 

.86 
.94 
.90 
.87 
.93 
.89 
.86 
.56 
.52 
.46 
.45 
.43 
.40 
.14 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 



4.42 
6.22 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



27 

21 

21 

20 

19 

16 

16 

12 

12 

8 

5 

4 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



108 

87 



Actual 
Deaths 



4 
11 



Expected 
Deaths 



.55 

.58 
.67 
.71 
.74 
.69 
.75 
.62 
.68 
.49 
.33 
.29 
.31 
.25 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 



3.25 
5.25 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 
10 

7 
7 
5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 



42 
17 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.34 

.36 
.30 
.33 
.26 
.23 
.25 
.27 
.22 
.08 
.08 



1.59 
1.13 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 




Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


7o 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


1636 


12 


5.51 


218 


985 


6 


3.81 


157 


510 


4 


2.75 


145 


1 


2 


1082 


5 


4.90 


102 


760 


5 


3.78 


132 


401 


2 


2.96 


68 


2 


3 


924 


7 


4.28 


164 


690 


1 


3.54 


28 


354 


2 


2.81 


71 


3 


4 


783 


2 


3.70 


54 


591 


5 


3.14 


159 


308 


3 


2.68 


112 


4 


5 


670 


2 


3.23 


62 


521 


3 


2.88 


104 


276 


4 


2.57 


156 


5 


1—5 


5095 


28 


21.62 


130 


3547 


20 


17.15 


117 


1849 


15 


13.77 


109 


1—5 


6—7 


1045 


5 


5.10 


98 


819 


3 


4.77 


63 


436 


5 


4.51 


111 


6—7 


8-10 


999 


8 


4.98 


161 


761 


4 


4.94 


81 


413 


5 


5.22 


96 


8-10 


11-15 


706 


4 


3.70 


108 


545 


6 


4.45 


135 


306 


6 


5.42 


111 


11-15 


16-24 


271 


4 


1.63 


245 


182 


1 


2.19 


46 


77 


4 


2.20 


182 


16-24 


1-24 


8116 


49 


37.03 


132 


5854 


34 


33.50 


101 


3081 


35 


31.12 


112 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5(1 


-59 






60 a 


nd over 






All Ag< 


» at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


262 


5 


3.01 


166 


40 


1 


.89 


112 


3433 


28 


15.97 


175 


1 


2 


202 


4 


3.09 


129 


31 




.94 




2476 


16 


15.67 


102 


2 


3 


180 


6 


3.16 


190 


28 


. . 


.97 




2176 


16 


14.76 


108 


3 


4 


158 


7 


3.02 


232 


27 


2 


1.04 


192 


1867 


19 


13.58 


140 


4 


5 


137 


2 


2.84 


70 


24 


2 


1.00 


200 


1628 


13 


12.52 


104 


5 


1—5 


939 


24 


15.12 


159 


150 


5 


4.84 


103 


11580 


92 


72.50 


127 


1—5 


6 7 


223 


6 


5.35 


112 


40 


3 


1.92 


156 


2563 


22 


21.65 


102 


6—7 


8-10 


220 


11 


6.52 


169 


40 


6 


2.36 


254 


2433 


34 


24.02 


142 


8-10 


11-15 


166 


9 


6.84 


132 


18 


3 


1.35 


222 


1741 


28 


21.76 


129 


11-15 


16-24 


23 


2 


1.48 


135 


6 


1 


.75 


133 


559 


12 


8.25 


145 


16-24 


1-24 


1571 


52 


35.31 


147 


254 


18 


11.22 


160 


18876 


188 


148.18 


127 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ins 
an 
Ye 


1 


89 




.28 


402 




1.33 


415 




1 1.45 


324 




.1.20 


2 


44 




.19 


200 




.90 


223 




2 1.03 


182 




.87 


3 


37 




.17 


151 




.69 


177 




2 .83 


138 




L .68 


4 


28 




.13 


111 




.52 


139 




1 .67 


99 


. 


.50 


5 


21 




.10 


93 




.45 


108 




1 .53 


72 




I .37 


6 


12 




.06 


75 




.36 


80 




.39 


57 




.30 


7 


7 




.03 


61 




.30 


62 




.31 


42 




.23 


8 


7 




.03 


40 




.20 


50 




1 .25 


30 




.17 


9 


5 




.02 


37 




.18 


37 




.19 


26 




.15 


10 


3 




.01 


25 




.12 


27 




.14 


20 




L .12 1 


11 


3 




.01 


20 




.10 


21 




.11 


13 




.08 1 


12 


2 




.01 


13 




.07 


18 




.10 


11 




.07 1 


13 


2 




.01 


10 




.05 


17 




.09 


9 




.06 1 


14 


2 




.01 


7 




.04 


15 




.09 


7 




.05 1 


15 


1 




.00 


7 




.04 


11 




1 .06 


6 




.05 1 


16 


1 




.01 


5 




.03 


7 




.04 


4 




.03 1 


17 


1 




.01 


3 




.02 


5 




.03 


4 




.04 1 


18 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


5 




.04 


3 




.03 1 


19 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 


5 




.04 


3 




.03 1 


20 








1 




.01 


4 




.03 


3 




.03 2 


21 








1 




.01 


3 




.03 


1 




.01 2 


22 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 2 


23 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


1 




.01 2 


24 








1 




.01 


1 




.01 


1 




.02 2 


1—5 


219 




1 .87 


957 


( 


3 3.89 


1062 




7 4.51 


815 


4 3.62| 1,- 


6-24 


48 




1 .23 


310 




1.58 


370 




2 1.97 


242 




I 1.491 6- 


Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actua 
Death 


1 Expected 
s Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ins 
an 
Ye 


1 


201 




1 .82 


121 




I .57 


56 




2 .36 


28 


. 




!5 


2 


104 




1 .54 


66 




.42 


30 




.26 


18 


: 


[ .: 


!3 


3 


78 




.42 


53 




I .37 


27 




.26 


17 






!3 


4 


56 




.32 


40 




.30 


22 




.23 


14 






!1 


5 


38 




.22 


30 




.24 


18 




.20 


10 






6 


6 


32 




.20 


23 




.20 


13 




.16 


8 






4 


7 


25 




.17 


18 




.16 


9 




.12 


6 






1 


8 


14 




.10 


13 




.13 


7 




.10 


5 









9 


12 




.09 


11 




.12 


5 




.08 


3 






)7 


10 


9 




.07 


9 




.10 


4 




.07 


3 






)7 1 


11 


9 




.08 


8 




.10 


2 




.04 


2 






)5 1 


12 


8 




.07 


8 




.11 


2 




.04 


2 






)6 1 


13 


5 




.05 


5 




.07 


2 




.04 


2 






)7 1 


14 


3 




.03 


4 




.06 


2 




.05 


2 






)7 1 


15 


2 




.02 


4 




.07 


2 




.05 


2 






)8 1 


16 


1 




.01 


2 




.04 






.03 


2 






)9 1 


17 


1 




.01 






.02 






.03 










18 


1 




.01 






.02 






.03 










19 


1 




.02 






.02 






.04 










20 


1 




.02 






.03 






.04 










21 


1 




.02 






.03 






.05 










22 


1 




.02 






.03 






.05 










23 


1 




.02 












.06 










24 




























1—5 


477 




2 2.32 


310 




I 1.90 


153 




2 1.31 


87 




I i.( 


)8 1- 


6-24 


127 




1.01 


111 




1.31 


56 




1.08 


37 




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n 6- 



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MINING OR OTHER HAZARDOUS PIJRSTITTS 


Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposet 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposec 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 

3 
4 
5 


IC 


) 


.12 


X 




.03 




? 


.04 







1 

2 


f 


! 


.13 






.02 




I 1 


.06 






( 


) 


.11 






.02 




I 


.03 






3 


^ 


i 


.06 






.03 




I 1 


.04 






4 


^ 




.04 






.03 














5 
6 


6 

7 


] 


L 


.02 






.03 














8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


























7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


15 


























15 


16 


























16 


17 


























17 


18 


























18 


19 


























19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


2i 


) 


.46 




) 


.13 


( 


) 2 


.17 








1—5 


6-24 


] 




.02 




. 


.03 














6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


906 
467 
365 
278 
222 


4 
5 

2 

1 

2 


3.06 
2.12 
1.69 
1.32 
1.08 


131 
236 
118 
76 
185 


525 
286 

216 
155 
110 


2 

2 

1 
1 


2.02 

1.41 

1.10 

.82 

.59 


99 

142 

91 

169 


177 

96 
80 
62 
48 


3 
1 


.93 
.68 
.63 

.53 
.44 


323 
159 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2238 

297 

231 

149 

51 


14 

2 
1 


9.27 

1.45 

1.14 

.79 

.40 


151 

175 
127 


1292 

156 

111 

73 

29 


6 
1 


5.94 
.90 
.70 
.56 
.34 


101 
143 


463 
63 
49 
39 
16 


4 


3.21 
.64 
.60 
.63 

.52 


125 


1—5 

6-7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2966 


17 


13.05 


130 


1661 


7 


8.44 


83 


630 


4 


5.60 


71 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


40 

27 
24 
18 
13 


1 


.40 
.38 
.36 

.30 

.23 


263 


2 
2 
1 
1 


i 

1 


.04 

.06 
.03 
.04 


1667 
2500 


1650 

878 
686 
514 
393 


9 
9 
4 
2 
3 


6.45 
4.65 

3.81 
3.01 
2.34 


140 
194 
105 
66 
128 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


122 
16 
11 
10 

2 


1 
1 
1 


1.67 
.30 
.24 
.33 
.09 


60 
333 
417 


6 


2 


.17 


1176 


4121 

532 

402 

271 

98 


27 

1 
4 

1 


20.26 
3.29 
2.68 
2.31 
1.35 


133 

30 

149 

43 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


161 


3 


2.63 


114 


6 


2 


.17 


1176 


5424 


33 


29.89 


110 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 




25-29 1 


30-34 




'^^r Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur 


Yea^s t°R-k 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 






30 






99 




.35 


119 1 


.44 1 


2 








21 






)9 76 




.35 


101 


.48 2 


3 








21 






72 


1 


.34 


89 


.44 3 


4 








17 


i 




)8 65 




.31 


74 


.37 4 


5 








15 


2 




)7 57 




.28 


69 1 


.36 5 


6 








10 






)5 50 


■*■ 


.25 


60 1 


.32 6 


7 








9 






)4 43 




.22 


51 2 


.28 7 


8 








9 






)4 38 


2 


.19 


46 


.25 8 


9 








8 






)4 32 




.16 


40 2 


.23 9 


10 








5 






)2 27 




.14 


32 


.19 10 


11 








4 






)2 16 




.08 


26 


.16 11 


12 














)1 13 




.07 


21 1 


.14 12 


13 














)1 12 




.07 


14 


.10 13 


14 














)1 11 




.06 


14 1 


.11 14 


15 














10 


i 


.06 


12 


.10 15 


16 














6 




.04 




8 


.07 16 


17 














6 




.04 




6 


.05 17 


18 














4 




.03 




5 


.05 18 


19 














3 




.02 




5 


.05 19 


20 














2 




.02 




4 


.05 20 


21 














1 




.01 




2 


.03 21 


22 














1 




.01 




2 


.03 22 


23 














. 








2 


.03 23 


24 






















. 




24 


1—5 








104 




$ 


14 369 


1 


1.63 


452 2 


2.09 1— J 


6-24 1 






48 






?4 275 


5 


1.47 


350 7 


2.24 6-2^ 


Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposf 


d Actual 


Expected 


Insuc- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


toRis 


k Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


12( 




1 .52 


61 






29 38 


1 


.24 




n 1 




19 1 


2 


IL 




.60 


52 






33 32 


1 


.28 




18 1 




23 2 


3 


10' 




3 .58 


4S 


. 




34 28 


. 


.27 




L6 




12 3 


4 


9( 




.55 


45 


, 




34 24 




.25 




15 




>3 4 


5 


8f 




1 .52 


44 






35 19 




.21 




15 




?4 5 


6 


7' 




1 .48 


3S 






33 13 




.16 




5 




16 6 


7 


7( 




.46 


32 






29 10 




.13 




L3 1 




25 7 


8 


6: 




1 .44 


25 






25 10 


1 


.14 




12 2 




25 8 


9 


5: 




1 .40 


23 






24 4 




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8 




18 9 


10 


4 




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15 






17 3 




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5 




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11 


2' 




.23 


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10 2 


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4 




11 11 


12 


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7 




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39 2 




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3 




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13 


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14 


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33 1 




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2 




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33 1 




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16 


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2 




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34 1 




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16 


17 






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2 




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34 1 




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17 


18 






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34 1 




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19 


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35 1 




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20 


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21 






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23 


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24 














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24 


1—5 


53: 


I 


5 2.77 


251 




1. 


55 141 


2 


1.25 




35 2 


1. 


11 1-^ 


6-24 


42: 


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5 3.38 


168 




5 1. 


32 53 


1 


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31 3 


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Ages at Entry 54-56 | 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- J 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


4 




.05 


2 




.03 


2 




.04 


2 




.07 


1 


2 


4 


1 


.06 


2 




.04 


2 




.06 








2 


3 


3 




.05 


2 




.05 


2 




.06 








3 


4 


3 




.06 


2 




.05 


2 




.07 








4 


5 


2 


1 


.04 


2 




.06 


1 




.04 








5 


6 


1 




.02 


2 




.06 


1 




.04 








6 


7 








2 




.07 














7 


8 








2 




.08 














8 


9 








2 




.09 














9 


10 








2 




.09 














10 


11 








2 




.10 














11 


12 








1 




.06 














12 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 








1 




.06 














13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


18 


























19 


19 


























20 


20 


























21 


21 


























22 


22 


























23 


23 


























24 


24 




























1—5 


1 


6 


2 .26 


10 




.2: 


5 9 


^ 


.27 


z 




.07 


1—5 


6-24 




1 


.02 


14 




.6 


I 1 




.041 






6-24 




SYNOPSIS 


A0es at F.ntrv 15-29 1 


30-39 


40-49 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Expose 
to Ris 


d 

k 

29 
97 
93 
82 

79 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected Rai 
Deaths <? 


io Exposed 
, to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

\ 


1 

2 
3 

4 

c 


1 


1 
1 

2 




1:5 

t4 

t4 227 
59 256 
55 571 


2 
] 


!45 
!16 
196 
L70 
157 
)84 
?58 
275 
175 
64 

756 


2 
3 

2 


.96 ; 

1.08 

1.02 

.92 

.88 


208 9S 

8^ 

294 7' 

6i 

111 6. 


) ] 
1: 


[ .53 
L .61 

.61 
.59 
.56 


189 
164 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
1 ^ 


1-5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1 24 


473 
112 
119 
69 
23 
796 


4 
1 
2 
1 
1 
9 


2.( 
3. 


37 193 
56 179 
59 339 
39 256 

17 588 
78 238 


( 

1 


7 
4 
4 
2 

17 


4.86 
1.54 
1.84 
1.46 
.78 
10.48 


144 39: 
260 9' 
217 8( 
137 3 
1 

162 61 


3 


2 2.90 

1 .91 

2 .91 
.49 

1 .39 
5 5.60 


69 
110 
220 

256 
107 


6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1-24 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Exposed 
to Risk 


50 

Actual 
Deaths 


-59 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60 a 

Actual 
Deaths 


nd over 

Expected Ra 
Deaths ", 


tio Exposed 
7„ to Risk 


AHA 

Actual 
Deaths 


jes at Entry 

Expected 
Deaths 

A O IO 


Ratio 

% 

1 V' 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 


27 


1 




27 370 


4 




.11 

.06 
06 


50 
42 


4 
3 


4 2.32 
3 2.52 


lis 


2 


2 


24 


2 




33 606 


2 
2 
2 
1 




38 


9 


4 2.45 


16: 


3 


3 


21 






32 




07 


34 


3 


1 2.31 


4: 


5 4 


4 


20 

1 Q 


1 




34 

34 294 




.04 


31 


2 


5 2.17 

n 1177 


23( 
14^ 


) 5 
1 1—5 


5 

1—5 
6-7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


111 


4 


1. 


60 250 


11 




.34 
.04 


197 
49 


1 1 

8 


7 3.71 


18 


? 6-7 


33 


1 




66 152 


1 




50 


5 1 


4.15 


24 


1 8-10 


31 


2 




81 247 








28 


8 


3 2.79 


10 


8 11-15 


12 
187 


7 


3. 


45 

52 199 


12 




.38 


10 
336 


2 

4 3 


2 1.34 
9 23.76 


14 
16 


9 16-24 
41 1-24 



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152. JANITORS 












Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insu 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


anci 
Yeai 


1 


24 




.07 


180 




.59 


318 


1 


1.11 


397 




1.47 


1 


2 


16 




.07 


101 




1 .45 


209 


1 


.96 


266 




1.28 


2 


3 


14 




.06 


78 




.36 


176 


2 


.83 


228 




1.12 


3 


4 


11 




.05 


56 




1 .26 


148 




.71 


182 




2 .91 


4 


5 


8 




.04 


47 




.23 


124 




.61 


160 




2 .83 


5 


6 


3 




.01 


32 




.15 


100 




.49 


136 




1 .72 


6 


7 


3 




.01 


27 




.13 


87 




.44 


119 




.64 


7 


8 


3 




.01 


25 




.12 


73 




.37 


103 




1 .57 


8 


9 


2 




.01 


25 




.12 


63 




.32 


92 




1 .52 


9 


10 


2 




.01 


21 




1 .10 


56 




.29 


78 




1 .46 


10 


11 


2 




.01 


17 




1 .09 


46 




.24 


67 




.42 


11 


12 


2 




.01 


15 




.08 


40 




.22 


57 




.38 


12 


13 


1 




.00 


14 




.07 


31 




.17 


47 




.33 


13 


14 








10 




.05 


25 




.14 


43 




1 .32 


14 


15 










10 




.05 


17 




.10 


36 




2 .29 


15 


16 










5 




.03 


13 




.08 


29 




.25 


16 


17 










3 




.02 


9 




.06 


24 




.22 


17 


18 










2 




.01 


6 




.04 


16 




.16 


18 


19 










2 




.01 


4 




.03 


14 




.15 


19 


20 










2 




.01 


3 




.02 


11 




.13 


20 


21 










1 




.01 


2 




.02 


4 




.05 


21 


22 














. 


2 




.02 


3 




.04 


22 


23 
















1 




.01 


1 




.01 


23 


24 














. 


1 




.01 






. 


24 


1—5 


73 




.29 


462 




2 1.89 


975 


6 


4.22 


1233 




4 5.61 


1- 


6-24 


18 




.07 


211 




2 1.05 


579 


3 


3.07 


880 




7 5.66 


6-2 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Insut 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


ance 

Yeal 


1 


386 




2 1.58 


291 




2 1.37 


182 


2 


1.16 


97 




.88 


1 


2 


235 




2 1.22 


222 




1.42 


133 


3 


1.17 


72 




.90 


2 


3 


204 




1 1.10 


184 




1 1.27 


116 




1.10 


62 




1 .86 


3 


4 


168 




.96 


149 




3 1.12 


100 




1.04 


53 




2 .80 


4 


5 


139 




3 .82 


121 




3 .97 


87 


1 


.98 


41 




1 .67 


5 


6 


114 




.71 


96 




2 .82 


75 


1 


.92 


32 




4 .56 


6 


7 


94 




.62 


82 




.75 


67 


1 


.88 


22 




.42 


7 


8 


82 




I .57 


73 




.72 


59 


1 


.84 


16 




.33 


8 


9 


73 




.55 


62 




.66 


45 


2 


.69 


13 




.29 


9 


10 


63 




.50 


55 




2 .63 


36 




.60 


12 




.30 


10 


11 


52 




I .44 


43 




1 .54 


28 




.51 


9 




1 .24 


11 


12 


45 




I .41 


33 




.45 


24 




.47 


7 




.21 


12 


13 


37 




.36 


30 




.44 


18 




.39 


6 




.20 


13 


14 


33 




.35 


22 




1 .35 


16 


, 


.37 


4 




.15 


14 


15 


27 




.31 


19 




2 .32 


15 




.39 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


22 




.28 


11 




.20 


11 


2 


.31 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


20 


. 


.27 


8 




.16 


9 


1 


.28 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


14 




.20 


7 




1 .15 


8 




.28 






1 .05 


18 


19 


11 




.17 


5 




1 .12 


7 


1 


.27 








19 


20 


9 




.15 


3 




.08 


2 




.08 








20 


21 


6 




.11 


1 




.03 














21 


22 


4 




.08 




















22 


23 


2 




.04 




















23 


24 


















, , 






• • • 


24 


1—5 


1132 


i 


i 5.68 


967 




9 6.15 


618 


6 


5.45 


325 




4 4.11 


1- 


6-24 


708 


•J 


6.12 


550 


1 


6.42 


420 


9 


7.28 


129 




6 3.06 


6-2 



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Ages at 


Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actua 
Death 


1 Expected 
s Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 


56 




.68 


38 




.61 


18 




.37 


8 


I 1 


?-> 1 


46 


1 


.73 


30 




1 .61 


18 




.50 


6 


23 2 


41 




.75 


28 




1 .67 


16 




.51 


6 


I .?s ^ 


35 


1 


.70 


20 




2 .53 


13 




.46 


3 




17 4 


26 


2 


.57 


16 




.47 


13 




.51 


3 




8 <» 


19 


1 


.46 


13 




1 .42 


13 




I .56 


3 


I .20 6 


15 




.40 


10 




.35 


8 




.38 


1 


.08 7 


8 


13 




.38 


9 




.35 


7 




.36 


1 


■ .08 8 


9 


13 




.42 


9 




.39 


7 




.40 


1 


.09 9 


10 


12 


1 


.42 


7 




.33 


6 




.37 


1 




10 10 


11 


9 




.35 


5 




.26 


6 




.40 






11 


12 


6 


1 


.26 


4 




.23 


5 




.36 






12 


13 


5 




.24 


3 




.19 


2 




.16 






13 


14 


5 




.26 


3 




.20 


2 




I .17 






14 


15 


4 




.23 


3 




1 .22 


1 




.09 






15 


16 


3 




.19 


2 




.16 


1 




.10 






16 


17 


2 




.13 








1 




.11 






17 


18 


2 




.14 








1 




I .12 






18 


19 


2 




.16 


















19 


20 


2 




.17 


















20 


21 


1 




.09 


















21 


22 


1 




.10 


















22 


23 


1 




.11 


















23 


24 
























24 


1—5 


204 


4 


3.43 


132 




4 2.89 


78 




2.35 


26 2 1.08 1—5 


6-24 


115 


3 


4.51 


68 




2 3.10 


60 


^ 


J 3.58 


7 1 


.55 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


522 
326 

268 
215 
179 


1 

2 
2 
2 
1 


1.77 
1.48 
1.25 
1.02 
.88 


56 
135 
160 
196 
114 


783 

501 
432 
350 
299 


2 
2 
1 

2 
5 


3.05 
2.50 

2.22 
1.87 
1.65 


66 

80 

45 

107 

303 


473 

355 
300 
249 
208 


4 
3 

1 

3 

4 


2.53 
2.59 

2.37 
2.16 
1.95 


158 
116 
42 
139 
205 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1510 

252 

270 

230 

56 


8 

2 
2 
1 


6.40 
1.23 
1.35 
1.23 
.38 


125 

148 
163 
263 


2365 
463 
491 
444 
190 


12 

1 
4 
5 


11.29 
2.69 
3.17 
3.61 
2.31 


106 

37 

126 

139 


1585 

320 

330 

248 

72 


15 

4 
5 
4 
6 


11.60 
3.37 
4.14 
4.23 
1.96 


129 
119 
121 
95 
306 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2318 


13 


10.59 


123 


3953 


22 


23.07 


95 


2555 


34 


25.30 


134 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


191 
148 
131 
108 

83 


2 

2 
5 
3 


2.17 
2.24 
2.28 
2.03 
1.71 


89 

88 

246 

175 


26 
24 

22 
16 
16 


1 
1 


.59 

.73 
.79 
.63 
.69 


169 

127 


1995 

1354 

1153 

938 

785 


8 
9 

7 

12 
13 


10.11 
9.54 
8.91 

7.71 
6.88 


79 

94 

79 

156 

189 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


661 

111 

104 

76 

21 


12 
6 
1 
3 
1 


10.43 
2.61 
3.21 
3.36 
1.49 


115 

230 

31 

89 

67 


104 

25 

23 

16 

3 


2 
2 

1 

1 


3.43 
1.22 
1.40 
1.18 
.33 


58 
164 

85 
303 


6225 
1171 
1218 
1014 
342 


49 
13 
12 
15 
9 


43.15 
11.12 
13.27 
13.61 
6.47 


114 
117 
90 
110 
139 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


973 


23 


21.10 


109 


171 


6 


7.56 


79 


9970 


98 


87.62 


112 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 


25-2^ 


» 




30-34 






Insur- 






Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


97 


.30 


626 


2 


2.07 


649 


2 


2.27 


577 


2 


2.13 


1 


2 


73 1 


.31 


437 


2 


1.97 


453 




2.08 


441 


3 


2.12 


2 


3 


60 


1 


.27 


380 


1 


1.75 


390 


2 


1.83 


386 


1 


1.89 


3 


4 


53 




.24 


322 


2 


1.51 


337 


1 


1.62 


339 


2 


1.70 


4 


5 


39 


1 


.18 


274 




1.32 


303 




1.48 


292 


3 


1.52 


5 


6 


33 




.16 


230 


1 


1.10 


263 




1.29 


243 


. . 


1.29 


6 


7 


29 




.14 


203 


1 


.99 


220 




1.10 


205 


2 


1.11 


7 


8 


24 




.11 


183 


1 


.90 


196 




.98 


190 


2 


1.05 


8 


9 


19 




.09 


160 




.78 


174 




.89 


164 




.93 


9 


10 


14 




.07 


143 




.70 


153 




.80 


144 




.85 


10 


11 


13 




.06 


123 




.62 


136 




.72 


118 




.73 


11 


12 


9 




.04 


110 


1 


.55 


124 


1 


.67 


105 




.69 


12 


13 


9 




.04 


101 


1 


.52 


104 




.57 


92 




.64 


13 


14 


9 




.04 


87 




.45 


92 




.52 


84 




.63 


14 


15 


8 




.04 


77 


1 


.41 


82 




.48 


72 




.58 


15 


16 


6 




.03 


58 




.31 


71 




.44 


54 




.46 


16 


17 


5 




.03 


51 


1 


.28 


61 




.40 


45 


. , 


.41 


17 


18 


5 




.03 


46 


* 


.26 


50 




.35 


41 




.40 


18 


19 


5 




.03 


38 




.22 


41 




.31 


35 




.37 


19 


20 


4 




.02 


28 




.17 


33 




.26 


33 




.38 


20 


21 


3 




.02 


16 




.10 


18 




.15 


20 




.25 


21 


22 


1 




.01 


10 




.07 


12 


1 


.11 


12 




.16 


22 


23 








5 




.04 


8 




.08 


9 




.13 


23 


24 








2 




.02 


5 




.05 


5 




.08 


24 


1—5 


322 


3 


1.30 


2039 


7 


8.62 


2132 


5 


9.28 


2035 


11 


9.36 


1-5 


6-24 


196 


1 


.96 


1671 


7 


8.49 


1843 


4 


10.17 


1671 


9 


11.14 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


361 




1.48 


202 




.95 


135 


1 


.86 


49 




.45 


1 


2 


259 


1 


1.35 


147 


1 


.94 


105 


1 


.92 


42 




.53 


2 


3 


227 


1 


1.23 


130 


1 


.90 


96 




.91 


38 


] 


L .52 


3 


4 


200 


3 


1.14 


114 




.86 


84 




.87 


34 




.51 


4 


5 


163 




.96 


98 




.78 


65 


1 


.73 


30 




.49 


5 


6 


144 




.89 


83 


1 


.71 


54 




.66 


26 


] 


[ .46 


6 


7 


120 




.79 


73 


1 


.66 


41 




.54 


22 




.42 


7 


8 


104 




.73 


64 


2 


.63 


36 




.51 


17 




.35 


8 


9 


95 




.71 


49 


. 


.52 


33 




.51 


13 




.29 


9 


10 


83 




.66 


44 




.51 


29 




.48 


13 




.32 


10 


11 


68 




.58 


38 




.48 


25 


1 


.45 


11 




.30 


11 


12 


60 




.55 


36 




.49 


24 




.47 


11 




.33 


12 


13 


52 




.51 


31 




.45 


22 




.47 


9 




.30 


13 


14 


44 




.47 


29 




.46 


20 




.47 


9 




.33 


14 


15 


37 




.43 


27 




.46 


20 


1 


.51 


8 




.32 


15 


16 


27 


, , 


.34 


22 




.41 


14 


1 


.40 


7 




.31 


16 


17 


22 




.30 


20 




.40 


10 




.31 


7 




.34 


17 


18 


19 




.28 


17 




.37 


9 




.31 


6 




.32 


18 


19 


13 




.21 


15 




.36 


8 




.30 


6 




.35 


19 


20 


13 




.22 


13 




.34 


6 




.25 


5 




.32 


20 


21 


7 




.13 


6 




.17 


4 




.18 


4 




.27 


21 


22 


5 




.10 


3 




.10 


3 


1 


.15 


3 




.22 


22 


23 


4 




.09 


1 




.04 


2 




.11 


3 




I .24 


23 


24 


2 




.05 














1 




.09 


24 


1—5 


1210 


5 


6.16 


691 


2 


4.43 


485 


3 


4.29 


193 




2.50 


1-J 


6-24 


919 


8 


8.04 


571 


6 


7.56 


360 


4 


7.08 


181 




I 5.88 


6-2^ 



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153. JOURNEYMEN JEWELERS 






Ages at 


Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual Expected 
Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


C 
( 

( 

C 


) 
) 
) 

) 


.1 

.0 

.1 
.1( 


1 17 
? 11 
1 9 

3 8 


1 .27 

1 .22 
.22 

2 .21 


9 

5 
4 
4 




1 


.18 

.14 
.13 
.14 


9 

5 
5 
5 




.26 

.22 
.26 
.28 


1 

2 

3 
4 




It 


.0 


? 5 


.15 


4 






.16 


5 


1 


.30 


5 




i 


.0 


7 4 


.13 


4 






.17 


4 


1 


.27 


6 




. 


.0> 


5 4 


.14 


4 






.19 


3 




.20 


7 




. 


.0, 


5 4 


.16 


4 






.21 


3 






.21 


8 




. 


.0> 


5 4 


.17 


2 






.11 


2 






.16 


9 




. 


.0^ 


i 4 


.19 


2 






.12 


2 






.18 


10 






.0' 


i 3 


.15 








.07 


1 






.11 


11 


12 
13 






.0^ 


1 3 


.17 








.07 


1 






.12 


12 








3 


.19 








.08 










13 


14 








2 


.13 








.08 












14 


15 








2 


.14 








.09 












15 


16 










.08 








.10 












16 


17 










.08 








.11 












17 


18 










.09 








.12 












18 


19 










.10 








.13 












19 


20 










.11 








.14 












20 


21 










.12 








.15 












21 


22 










.13 








.16 












22 


23 










1 .14 








.17 












23 


24 






























24 


1—5 


3C 


. 


.5( 


) 50 


4 1.07 


26 


1 


.75 


29 


1 


1.32 


1—5 


6-24 


9 




.2J 


5 41 


1 2.42 


29 




2.27 


16 


2 


1.25 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1372 

963 
830 
712 
616 


4 
3 

4 
3 

1 


4.64 
4.36 
3.85 
3.37 
2.98 


86 
69 
104 
89 
34 


938 
700 

613 
539 

455 


2 
4 

2 

5 
3 


3.61 

3.47 
3.12 
2.84 
2.48 


55 
115 

64 
176 
121 


337 

252 
226 
198 
163 


1 

2 

1 

1 


1.81 

1.86 
1.81 
1.73 
1.51 


55 
108 

55 

66 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4493 

978 

1066 

1084 

582 


15 
3 
2 
5 
2 


19.20 
4.78 
5.32 
5.73 
3.79 


78 
63 
38 
87 
53 


3245 
712 
780 
732 
366 


16 
2 
5 
6 
4 


15.52 
4.08 
4.93 
5.81 
4.36 


103 

49 

101 

103 

92 


1176 
251 
255 
272 
153 


5 
2 
2 
3 
3 


8.72 
2.57 
3.16 
4.71 
4.20 


57 
78 
63 
64 
71 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


8203 


27 


38.82 


70 


5835 


33 


34.70 


95 


2107 


15 


23.36 


64 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


75 

59 
53 
47 
39 


1 
1 
1 

2 


.83 

.84 
.85 
.82 
.73 


120 
119 
118 
244 


18 
10 

9 
9 
9 


1 
1 


.44 

.36 
.39 
.42 
.46 


278 
2i7 


2740 
1984 
1731 
1505 
1282 


8 
11 

8 

10 
6 


11.33 

10.89 

10.02 

9.18 

8.16 


71 
101 

80 
109 

74 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


273 
60 
58 
63 
50 


5 
1 

2 


4.07 
1.25 
1.58 
2.44 
3.31 


123 
80 

60 


55 

15 

15 

7 

8 


2 
1 

1 


2.07 
.83 
.99 
.62 

1.08 


97 
120 

161 


9242 
2016 
2174 
2158 
1159 


43 

9 

9 

15 

11 


49.58 
13.51 
15.98 
19.31 
16.74 


87 
67 
56 
78 
66 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


504 


8 


12.65 


63 


100 


4 


5.59 


72 


16749 


87 


115.12 


76 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 1 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


53 




.16 


613 


3 


2.02 


1136 


4 


3.98 


1281 


6 


4.74 


1 


2 


33 




.14 


308 


2 


1.39 


654 


7 


3.01 


782 


3 


3.75 


2 


3 


28 




.13 


244 


4 


1.12 


532 


4 


2.50 


649 


. , 


3.18 


3 


4 


21 




.10 


201 


2 


.94 


439 


1 


2.11 


549 


2 


2.75 


4 


5 


15 




.07 


170 


1 


.82 


363 


3 


1.78 


459 


3 


2.39 


5 


6 


12 




.06 


130 


2 


.62 


308 


4 


1.51 


389 




2.06 


6 


7 


10 




.05 


110 




.54 


273 




1.37 


340 




1.84 


7 


8 


7 




.03 


92 




.45 


243 




1.22 


287 


, . 


1.58 


8 


9 


7 




.03 


76 


1 


.37 


207 


2 


1.06 


253 




1.44 


9 


10 


6 




.03 


61 




.30 


186 




.97 


220 




1.30 


10 


11 


5 




.02 


55 




.28 


151 




.80 


180 




1.12 


11 


12 


4 




.02 


39 




.20 


127 




.69 


162 




1.07 


12 


13 


2 




.01 


34 




.17 


110 




.61 


141 




.99 


13 


14 


2 




.01 


29 




.15 


103 




.59 


124 




.93 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


26 




.14 


88 




.52 


105 




.84 


15 


16 






.01 


19 




.10 


68 




.42 


81 




.69 


16 


17 






.01 


14 




.08 


60 


, . 


.40 


70 




.64 


17 


18 






.01 


12 




.07 


44 




.31 


60 




.59 


18 


19 






.01 


9 




.05 


34 




.26 


47 


3 


.50 


19 


20 






.01 


9 




.05 


26 


, , 


.21 


33 


2 


.38 


20 


21 






.01 


4 




.03 


14 


, , 


.12 


18 




.23 


21 


22 






.01 


3 




.02 


12 




.11 


13 




.18 


22 


23 








3 




.02 


11 




.11 


8 


1 


.12 


23 


24 






. 


3 




.02 


5 




.05 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


15C 


. 


.60 


1536 


12 


6.29 


3124 


19 


13.38 


3720 


14 


16.81 


1-5 


6-24 


64 




.34 


728 


5 


3.66 


2070 


15 


11.33 


2532 


16 


16.52 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


1152 


6 


4.72 


849 


2 


3.99 


473 


3 


3.03 


212 


5 


1.93 


1 


2 


744 


5 


3.87 


558 


6 


3.57 


323 


1 


2.84 


145 


3 


1.81 


2 


3 


629 


6 


3.40 


481 


2 


3.32 


289 


2 


2.75 


119 


1 


1.64 


3 


4 


537 


3 


3.06 


415 


3 


3.11 


250 


3 


2.60 


105 


3 


1.58 


4 


5 


457 


5 


2.70 


353 


4 


2.82 


209 


2 


2.36 


89 




1.45 


5 


6 


398 


3 


2.47 


291 


4 


2.47 


176 


3 


2.15 


77 


2 


1.35 


6 


7 


349 


4 


2.30 


241 


2 


2.19 


148 


3 


1.95 


61 


3 


1.16 


7 


8 


304 




2.13 


205 


4 


2.01 


124 


1 


1.77 


50 


2 


1.03 


8 


9 


266 


3 


2.00 


174 


1 


1.84 


112 


7 


1.72 


41 


4 


.92 


9 


10 


235 




1.88 


149 


3 


1.71 


91 




1.52 


33 


2 


.82 


10 


11 


187 




1.59 


123 


3 


1.54 


78 


1 


1.41 


26 


1 


.71 


11 


12 


156 




1.42 


104 


2 


1.40 


64 


2 


1.25 


16 


2 


.48 


12 


13 


130 




1.27 


90 




1.31 


52 


3 


1.11 


5 




.17 


13 


14 


109 




1.16 


77 


3 


1.22 


41 




.96 


4 




.15 


14 


15 


92 




1.06 


64 




1.09 


30 




.77 


4 




.16 


15 


16 


75 




.94 


49 




.91 


27 


1 


.76 


4 


1 


.18 


16 


17 


64 




.86 


44 




.88 


20 


1 


.62 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


53 




.77 


34 




.74 


15 


2 


.52 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


38 




.60 


27 




.65 


10 




.38 


3 




.17 


19 


20 


28 




.48 


20 




.53 


6 


1 


.25 


3 




.19 


20 


21 


18 




.33 


10 




.29 


5 




.23 


2 




.14 


21 


22 


14 




.28 


5 


. , 


.16 


2 




.10 


1 


1 


.07 


22 


23 


8 




.18 


3 


, , 


.11 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


3 




.07 


1 




.04 














24 


1—5 


3519 


25 


17.75 


2656 


17 


16.81 


1544 


11 


13.58 


670 


12 


8.41 


1-J 


6-24 


2527 


23 


21.79 


1711 


27 


21.09 


1002 


25 


17.53 


336 


18 


8.01 


b-24 



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Ages at Entry 


54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Expos 
toRis 


'.A Actual 
k Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 


106 




1.29 


/ 


1:8 3 




77 28 


2 


.57 


13 




35 


1 

2 

3 
4 


82 


3 


1.30 




51 1 


. 


53 19 




.52 


8 




31 


67 


1 


1.23 




26 1 


. 


52 18 






.58 


8 




37 


56 


2 


1.13 




?3 1 


. 


51 18 




2 


.64 


4 




.19 


50 


1 


1.10 




19 1 




55 13 






.51 


4 


2 


.21 


5 


43 


3 


1.03 




15 2 




18 7 






.30 








6 


7 


35 


1 


.92 




11 




39 5 






.24 










7 


8 


26 


2 


.76 




9 




55 3 






.15 










8 


9 


20 


1 


.64 




6 




26 1 






.06 










9 


10 


15 




.53 




4 1 




19 1 






.06 










10 


11 


12 


1 


.47 








1 






.07 










11 


12 


10 


1 


.43 








1 






.07 










12 


13 


7 


. . 


.33 
























13 


14 


5 


, . 


.26 
























14 


15 


4 


, . 


.23 
























15 


16 


4 


. , 


.25 
























16 


17 


4 


1 


.27 
























17 


18 


3 




.22 
























18 


19 


3 


1 


.23 
























19 


20 


1 


, , 


.08 
























20 


21 


1 




.09 
























21 


22 


1 




.10 
























22 


23 






























23 


24 






























24 


1—5 


361 


7 


6.05 


14 


t7 7 


3.] 


8 96 


4 


2.82 


37 


2 


1.43 


1—5 


6-24 


194 


11 


6.84 


A 


15 3 


i.e 


)7 19 


1 


.95 


, . 






6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1802 

995 

804 
661 
548 


7 
9 
8 
3 
4 


6.16 
4.54 
3.75 
3.15 
2.67 


114 
198 
213 
95 
150 


2433 

1526 

1278 

1086 

916 


12 

8 
6 

5 
8 


9.46 
7.62 
6.58 
5.81 
5.09 


127 

105 

91 

86 

157 


1322 
881 

770 
665 
562 


5 

7 
4 
6 
6 


7.02 
6.41 
6.07 
5.71 
5.18 


71 
109 

66 
105 
116 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4810 
843 
885 

777 
357 


31 
6 

5 
5 
4 


20.27 
4.15 
4.46 
4.22 
2.50 


153 
145 
112 
118 
160 


7239 
1476 
1565 
1386 
632 


39 
8 
9 
9 

13 


34.56 

8.67 

10.33 

11.45 

7.86 


113 
92 
87 
79 

165 


4200 
856 
855 
723 
279 


28 
12 
16 
15 
9 


30.39 

8.76 

10.57 

12.06 

7.23 


92 
137 
151 
124 
124 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7672 


51 


35.60 


143 


12298 


78 


72.87 


107 


6913 


80 


69.01 


116 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


366 

258 
212 
184 
158 


8 
7 
3 
6 
2 


3.99 
3.74 
3.49 
3.32 
3.10 


201 
187 

86 
181 

65 


41 

27 
26 
22 
17 


2 

2 
2 


.92 

.83 
.95 
.83 
.72 


217 

241 

278 


5964 
3687 
3090 
2618 
2201 


34 

31 
21 

22 
22 


27.55 

23.14 
20.84 
18.82 
16.76 


123 
134 
101 
117 
131 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1178 

242 

204 

93 

36 


26 
11 
12 

5 
4 


17.64 
5.33 
5.50 
3.39 
2.30 


147 
206 
218 
147 
174 


133 

12 
5 
2 


6 
1 


4.25 
.54 
.27 
.14 


141 
185 


17560 
3429 
3514 
2981 
1304 


130 
38 
42 
34 
30 


107.11 
27.45 
31.13 
31.26 
19.89 


121 
138 
135 
109 
151 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1753 


58 


34.16 


170 


152 


7 


5.20 


135 


28788 


274 


216.84 


126 


1-24 



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156. LUMBERMEN 



Ages at Entry 



15-19 



20-24 



25-29 



30-34 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 

Deaths 



120 

61 

53 

46 

37 

25 

22 

19 

14 

11 

7 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 



317 
148 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.37 

.26 
.24 
.21 
.17 
.12 
.10 
.09 
.07 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.01 



1.25 
.72 



Actual 
Deaths 



619 

344 

289 

239 

206 

175 

144 

123 

104 

85 

67 

57 

49 

45 

42 

36 

25 

18 

14 

12 

5 

3 

3 

1 

1697 

1008 



11 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.04 

1.55 
1.33 
1.12 
.99 
.84 
.71 
.60 
.51 
.42 
.34 
.29 
.25 
.23 
.22 
.19 
.14 
.10 
.08 
.07 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 

7.03 

5.07 



771 

471 

400 

339 

296 

244 

209 

171 

157 

131 

116 

107 

101 

91 

71 

53 

41 

31 

24 

22 

11 

8 

6 

2 

2277 

1596 



Actual 
Deaths 



13 
11 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



2.70 

2.17 

1.88 

1.63 

1.45 

1.20 

1.05 

.86 

.80 

.68 

.61 

.58 

.56 

.52 

.42 

.33 

.27 

.22 

.18 

.18 

.09 

.07 

.06 

.02 

9.83 

8.70 



852 

575 

491 

409 

345 

297 

251 

215 

192 

172 

143 

122 

110 

99 

72 

56 

46 

39 

26 

21 

10 

7 

3 

2 

2672 

1883 



26 
12 



Expected 
Deaths 



3.15 

2.76 

2.41 

2.05 

1.79 

1.57 

1.36 

1.18 

1.09 

• 1.01 

.89 

.81 

.77 

.74 

.58 

.48 

.42 

.38 

.28 

.24 

.13 

.09 

.04 

.03 

12.16 

12.09 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


Years 


1 


659 




2.70 


451 


1 


2.12 


264 


1 


1.69 


111 




1 1.01 


1 


2 


461 


4 


2.40 


307 




1.96 


192 


1 


1.69 


85 




1 1.06 


2 


3 


382 


3 


2.06 


279 


1 


1.93 


172 




1.63 


74 




1 1.02 


3 


4 


334 


3 


1.90 


235 


2 


1.76 


151 




1.57 


67 




1 1.01 


4 


5 


290 


1 


1.71 


209 


1 


1.67 


136 


1 


1.54 


59 




.96 


5 


6 


244 




1.51 


195 




1.66 


117 


1 


1.43 


56 




1 .98 


6 


7 


215 




1.42 


170 




1.55 


107 




1.41 


49 




.93 


7 


8 


194 




1.36 


153 




1.50 


93 




1.33 


46 




.95 


8 


9 


163 




1.22 


128 


2 


1.36 


88 


1 


1.36 


36 




.81 


9 


10 


139 




1.11 


112 


2 


1.29 


75 


1 


1.25 


32 




1 .79 


10 


11 


103 




.88 


99 




1.24 


59 


2 


1.07 


26 




.71 


11 


12 


92 


3 


.84 


94 


2 


1.27 


51 


2 


1.00 


21 




1 .63 


12 


13 


80 




.78 


88 


2 


1.28 


45 


1 


.96 


15 




.50 


13 


14 


76 




.81 


71 


1 


1.12 


34 




.80 


13 




1 .47 


14 


15 


70 




.81 


59 


1 


1.01 


28 




.72 


9 




.36 


15 


16 


49 


3 


.61 


51 




.94 


24 


1 


.68 


4 




1 .18 


16 


17 


37 




.50 


42 


2 


.84 


17 




.53 


2 




1 .10 


17 


18 


31 




.45 


30 


2 


.66 


11 




.38 


1 




.05 


18 


19 


23 




.36 


21 




.50 


9 




.34 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


16 




.27 


18 


. . 


.48 


7 


1 


.29 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


10 




.19 


11 


^ 


.32 


4 




.18 








21 


22 


6 




.12 


8 




.26 


2 




.10 








22 


23 


2 




.04 


5 




.18 


2 




.11 








23 


24 


1 




.02 


4 




.16 


2 


2 


.12 






. . 


24 


1—5 


2126 


11 


10.77 


1481 


5 


9.44 


915 


3 


8.12 


396 




4 5.06 


1-5 


6-24 


1551 


14 


13.30 


1359 


14 


17.62 


775 


12 


14.06 


312 




6 7.58 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



38 
29 

27 

25 

23 

21 

20 

18 

17 

17 

13 

10 

10 

9 

8 

4 

3 

3 

2 

2 

1 



142 
158 



54-56 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.46 
.46 
.49 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.53 
.52 
.55 
.60 
.51 
.43 
.47 
.46 
.45 
.25 
.20 
.22 
.16 
.17 
.09 



2.41 
6.11 



156. LUMBERMEN 



Exposed 
to Risk 



41 
28 

26 

24 

20 

16 

14 

12 

11 

9 

6 

5 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 

1 



139 
92 



57-59 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.66 
.57 
.62 
.63 
.58 
.51 
.50 
.47 
.47 
.42 
.31 
.28 
.25 
.20 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.18 
.10 



3.06 
4.39 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 
9 

8 

7 
6 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 



42 
21 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.25 

.25 
.26 
.25 
.23 
.21 
.19 
.21 
.17 
.19 
.13 



1.24 
1.10 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 

11 

10 

9 

6 

4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



48 
27 



Expected 
Deaths 



.33 
.43 
.47 
.47 
.36 
.26 
.29 
.20 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.28 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 



2.06 
2.19 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1510 

876 
742 
624 
539 


9 
6 
3 
3 
4 


5.11 
3.98 
3.45 
2.96 
2.61 


176 
151 
87 
101 
153 


1511 
1036 

873 
743 
635 


6 
10 

8 
5 
8 


5.85 

5.16 
4.47 
3.95 
3.50 


103 
194 
179 
127 
229 


715 

499 
451 
386 
345 


2 
1 

1 

2 
2 


3.81 

3.65 
3.56 
3.33 
3.21 


52 
27 
28 
60 
62 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4291 
819 
815 

777 
341 


25 
3 
7 
8 
3 


18.11 
4.02 
4.08 
4.15 
2.24 


138 
75 
172 
193 
134 


4798 

1007 

1075 

967 

385 


37 
5 
8 
8 
5 


22.93 
5.86 
6.97 
7.91 
4.65 


161 
85 
115 
101 
108 


2396 
589 
649 
628 
268 


8 
1 
6 
11 
8 


17.56 
6.05 
8.09 

10.47 
7.07 


46 

17 

74 

105 

113 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


7043 


46 


32.60 


141 


8232 


63 


48.32 


130 


4530 


34 


49.24 


69 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


190 

142 
127 
116 
102 


4 
1 
2 

1 

3 


2.13 
2.09 
2.13 
2.14 
2.04 


188 
48 
94 
47 

147 


24 

20 
18 
16 
12 


1 


.58 

.68 
.73 
.72 
.59 


139 


3950 

2573 
2211 
1885 
1633 


21 
18 
14 
12 

17 


17.48 
15.56 
14.34 
13.10 
11.95 


120 
116 

98 

92 

142 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


677 
176 
1-98 

155 
33 


11 

4 
2 
4 
6 


10.53 
3.95 
5.58 
6.25 
2.30 


104 

101 

36 

64 

261 


90 
17 
19 
11 

1 


1 

2 

2 
1 


3.30 
.95 

1.22 
.99 
.13 


30 
211 

202 
769 


12252 
2608 
2756 
2538 
1028 


82 
15 
23 
33 
23 


72,43 
20.83 
25.94 
29.77 
16.39 


113 

72 

89 

HI 

140 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1239 


27 


28.61 


94 


138 


6 


6.59 


91 


21182 


176 


165.36 


106 


1-24 



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160. JOURNEYMEN MILLERS 



Ages at Entry 



15-19 



20-24 



25-29 



30-34 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



j Exposed 
I to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



92 

63 

57 

48 

42 

37 

32 

29 

23 

21 

18 

15 

15 

14 

14 

13 

13 

11 

9 

8 

4 

4 

2 

1 

302 

283 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.29 
.27 
.26 
.22 
.19 
.17 
.15 
.14 
.11 
.10 
.09 
.07 
.07 
.07 
.07 
.07 
.07 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 

1.23 

1.39 



516 

346 

321 

282 

255 

218 

190 

166 

154 

137 

119 

110 

103 

96 

87 

74 

64 

58 

50 

38 

22 

16 

7 

3 

1720 

1712 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.70 

1.56 
1.48 
1.33 
1.22 
1.05 
.93 
.81 
.75 
.67 
.60 
.55 
.53 
.50 
.46 
.40 
.35 
.32 
.29 
.23 
.14 
.11 
.05 
.02 

7.29 

8.76 



573 

431 

380 

338 

304 

271 

241 

218 

199 

182 

162 

145 

130 

122 

104 

93 

83 

69 

57 

42 

24 

16 

7 

4 

2026 

2169 



Actual 
Deaths 



3 
4 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 



16 
9 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.01 

1.98 

1.79 

1.62 

1.49 

1.33 

1.21 

1.09 

1.01 

.95 

.86 

.78 

.72 

.70 

.61 

.58 

.55 

.48 

.43 

.34 

.20 

.15 

.07 

.04 

8.89 

12.10 



497 

373 

335 

294 

249 

216 

192 

170 

156 

144 

127 

108 

97 

86 

81 

72 

63 

51 

45 

37 

20 

15 

11 

6 

1748 

1697 



Actual 
Deaths 



7 
11 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.84 

1.79 

1.64 

1.47 

1.29 

1.14 

1.04 

.94 

.89 

.85 

.79 

.71 

.68 

.65 

.65 

.61 

.57 

.50 

.48 

.43 

.25 

.20 

.16 

.09 

8.03 

11.63 



Insur 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1-5 

6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


357 


2 


1.46 


274 




1.29 


140 


2 


.90 


67 




.61 


1 


2 


270 


1 


1.40 


201 


1 


1.29 


101 


1 


.89 


52 




.65 


2 


3 


242 


2 


1.31 


181 




1.25 


92 


2 


.87 


50 




.69 


3 


4 


208 


6 


1.19 


161 




1.21 


81 


1 


.84 


43 




.65 


4 


5 


188 




1.11 


147 


4 


1.18 


76 




.86 


38 




.62 


5 


6 


163 




1.01 


123 


1 


1.05 


67 




.82 


33 




.58 


6 


7 


143 


i 


.94 


106 


, , 


.96 


58 




.77 


30 


1 


.57 


7 


8 


132 


3 


.92 


88 


1 


.86 


51 




.73 


27 


1 


.56 


8 


9 


120 


2 


.90 


75 




.80 


45 




.69 


25 




.56 


9 


10 


105 


1 


.84 


64 


1 


.74 


42 


2 


.70 


21 




.52 


10 


11 


91 


1 


.77 


54 


1 


.68 


32 


3 


.58 


16 




.44 


11 


12 


81 




.74 


50 


, . 


.68 


28 


1 


.55 


15 




.45 


12 


13 


76 


1 


.74 


44 




.64 


25 


1 


.54 


13 




.43 


13 


14 


68 


1 


.72 


41 




.65 


23 


1 


.54 


11 




.40 


14 


15 


59 


1 


.68 


39 


1 


.67 


19 


1 


.49 


9 




.36 


15 


16 


50 




.63 


30 


1 


.56 


16 




.45 


8 




.35 


16 


17 


43 




.58 


27 




.54 


13 




.41 


5 




.24 


17 


18 


37 




.54 


24 


2 


.53 


11 


1 


.38 


5 




.27 


18 


19 


33 




.52 


16 




.38 


8 




.30 


3 




.17 


19 


20 


26 




.44 


14 




.37 


7 




.29 


2 




.13 


20 


21 


13 


1 


.24 


6 




.17 


2 


1 


.09 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


10 


1 


.20 


2 




.06 








1 




.07 


22 


23 


3 




.07 














1 




.08 


23 


24 


1 


1 


.02 




















24 


1—5 


1265 


11 


6.47 


964 


5 


6.22 


490 


6 


4.36 


250 




3.22 


1-5 


6-24 


1254 


14 


11.50 


803 


8 


10.34 


447 


11 


8.33 


226 


4 


6.25 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed Actual Expected 
to Risk Deaths Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed Actual 
to Risk Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 


33 

28 


2 
2 


.40 
.44 


9 .. .14 

7 .. .14 


5 
5 




.10 
.14 


5 




.15 1 
22 2 


24 




.44 


7 .. .17 


5 




.16 






.?-y ^ 


19 




.38 


7 1 .18 


3 




.11 








Ql 4 


16 




.35 


6 1 .17 


2 




.08 






.05 5 


15 


• . 


.36 


5 .. .16 


2 




.09 






.06 6 


13 




.34 


5 .. .18 


2 




.09 






.06 7 


8 


13 




.38 


4 .. .16 


2 




.10 






.07 8 


9 


12 




.39 


3 .. .13 


2 




.11 






.07 9 


10 


9 




.32 


3 .. .14 


2 




.12 






.08 10 


11 


8 




.31 


2 .. .10 


2 




.13 








11 


12 


7 




.30 


1 1 .06 


2 




.14 








12 


13 


5 




.24 




2 




.16 








13 


14 


5 




.26 




2 




.17 








14 


15 


4 




.23 




2 




.18 








15 


16 


2 




.12 




1 




.10 








16 


17 


2 




.13 




1 




.11 








17 


18 


2 




.14 
















18 


19 


1 




.08 
















19 


20 


, , 




















20 


21 


, , 




















21 


22 


, . 




















22 


23 






















23 


24 






















24 


1—5 


120 


5 


2.01 


36 2 .80 


20 


, 


.59 


18 1 


.83 1—5 


6-24 


98 


3 


3.60 


23 1 .93 


22 


2 


1.50 


5 


.34 6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1181 
840 

758 
668 
601 


8 
4 
7 
2 
3 


4.00 
3.81 
3.53 
3.17 
2.90 


200 
105 
198 
63 
103 


854 

643 

577 
502 
437 


4 
2 
4 

8 


3.30 
3.19 
2.95 
2.66 
2.40 


121 

63 

136 

301 


414 

302 
273 
242 
223 


2 
2 
2 

1 

4 


2.19 
2.18 
2.12 
2.05 
2.04 


91 
92 
94 
49 
196 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


4048 

989 

1129 

1254 

792 


24 
5 
5 
6 
3 


17.41 
4.84 
5.63 
6.68 
5.10 


138 

103 

89 

90 

59 


3013 

714 
827 
874 
536 


18 
3 

7 
7 
8 


14.50 
4.13 
5.34 
7.13 
6.53 


124 
73 

131 
98 

123 


1454 
354 
365 
355 
176 


11 

1 
4 
9 
5 


10.58 
3.60 
4.52 
6.02 
4.53 


104 

28 

88 

150 

110 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


8212 


43 


39.66 


108 


5964 


43 


37.63 


114 


2704 


30 


29.25 


103 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


RaUo 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


109 

87 
81 
69 
60 


2 
2 


1.15 
1.23 
1.30 
1.21 
1.14 


174 
163 

77 
83 
88 


10 
10 

9 

6 
3 


1 


.25 
.36 
.38 
.30 
.13 


333 


2568 

1882 
1698 
1487 
1324 


16 
10 
14 
13 

8 


10.89 
10.77 

10.28 
9.39 
8.61 


147 

93 

136 

138 

93 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


406 

101 

117 

96 

33 


2 

2 
3 


6.03 
2.19 
3.16 
3.58 
1.85 


116 
46 
63 
56 

162 


38 
6 
9 

10 
2 


1 

1 

1 


1.42 
.30 
.55 
.78 
.21 


70 

128 
476 


8959 
2164 
2447 
2589 
1539 


61 
10 
18 
25 
20 


49.94 
15.06 
19.20 
24.19 
18.22 


122 

66 

94 

103 

110 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


753 


15 


16.81 


89 


65 


3 


3.26 


92 


17698 


134 


126.61 


106 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insui 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


ancf 
Year 


1 


11 






D3 20: 


1 


.6g 


353 




3 1.24 235 


2 .871 1 


2 


3 






01 11^ 


[ 


2 .51 


214 




.98 146 


1 .70 2 


3 


3 






01 9( 




.44 


172 




.81 118 


3 .58 3 


4 


3 






01 ?: 




.34 


141 




.68 90 


1 .45 4 


5 








00 5: 




.25 


108 




1 .53 66 


1 .34 5 


6 








00 3' 




.19 


80 




1 .39 44 


.23 6 


7 








00 2; 




1 .12 


61 




2 .31 35 


.19 7 


8 








00 IS 




.09 


43 




.22 28 


.15 8 


9 








00 li 




.07 


35 




1 .18 20 


.11 9 


10 








c 




.04 


24 




1 .12 19 


.11 10 


11 








f 




.03 


15 




.08 16 


.10 11 


12 








t 




.03 


12 




.06 10 


.07 12 


13 








4 




.02 


7 




.04 9 


.06 13 


14 








. . ^ 




.01 


5 




.03 8 


.06 14 


15 








] 




.01 


2 




.01 5 


.04 15 


16 








] 




.01 


1 




.01 3 


.03 16 


17 














1 




.01 2 


.02 17 


18 




















1 


.01 18 


19 


























19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


21 


. 


. 


06 542 


' 


I 2.22 


988 


4 4.24 655 8 2.94| 1— { 


6-24 




1: 


. 


00 127 




I .62 


286 


5 1.46 200 


1.181 6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


15S 


) 


. 


55 87 




.41 


34 




.2. 


2 13 


.i: 


1 


2 


101 




1 


53 64 




> .41 


24 




.2 


1 10 


.i: 


2 


3 


8i 


. 


, 


48 4C 


] 


I .32 


23 




.2 


2 9 


a: 


3 


4 


61 




, 


35 36 


. 


.27 


18 




.1' 


? 8 


a: 


4 


5 


44 






26 3C 


. 


.24 


17 




.1< 


? 8 


a: 


5 


6 


2S 


. 




18 22 




.19 


14 




.1 


7 5 


.0? 


6 


7 


25 


, 




17 17 




.15 


11 




.1, 


5 5 


.!( 


7 


8 


16 


, 


, 


11 11 




.11 


8 




.1 


I 3 


.Of 


8 


9 


11 




. 


38 9 


^ 


.10 


5 




.0! 


i 3 


.0- 


9 


10 


7 




.( 


36 8 




.09 


4 




.0' 






10 


11 


6 


, 


.( 


35 7 




.09 


4 




.0' 






11 


12 


3 




.( 


33 5 




.07 


3 




.0( 


5 




12 


13 


2 




.( 


32 2 




.03 


1 




.o; 


I 




13 


14 








2 




.03 


1 




.o; 


2 




14 


15 








2 




.03 












15 


16 


























16 


17 


























17 


18 


























18 


19 


























19 


20 


























20 


21 


























21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


453 


2 


2.2 


7 263 


3 


1.65 


116 




i.o: 


i 48 


.62 


1— i 


6-24 


99 


.7 


85 




.89 


51 


1 


.7 = 


) 16 


.32 


6-2^ 



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Ages at Entry 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.05 
.04 
.04 

.02 
.02 



.20 
.02 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
MOTORMEN ON STREET ELECTRIC LINES 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 



.15 
.07 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 



.02 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 

Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


571 
331 

271 
217 
161 


3 
2 

i 


1.95 
1.50 

1.26 
1.03 

.78 


154 
133 

128 


394 
247 
206 
151 
110 


J. 

\ 


! 1.52 
! 1.23 
S 1.06 
.80 
' .60 


132 
163 

283 
125 
333 


121 

88 
69 

54 
47 


2 

1 


.63 
.62 
.54 
.46 
.43 


323 
185 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1551 

207 

147 

60 

3 


6 

4 
2 


6.52 

1.01 

.72 

.32 

.03 


92 
396 

278 


1108 

133 

101 

59 

6 


IC 


) 5.21 
.77 
.62 
.43 
.06 


192 


379 
64 

45 
27 


3 

1 


2.68 
.66 
.56 
.42 


112 
152 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1968 


12 


8.60 


140 


1407 


IC 


) 7.09 


141 


515 


4 


4.32 


93 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


20 
14 

12 
11 
10 


1 


.22 

.20 
.18 
.19 
.18 


455 


1 




.02 




1107 
680 

558 
433 
328 


6 
6 

4 

1 
3 


4.34 
3.55 

3.04 
2.48 
1.99 


138 
169 
132 
40 
151 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


67 

13 

6 


1 
1 


.97 
.28 
.13 


103 

357 


1 




.02 




3106 

417 

299 

146 

9 


20 
6 
2 


15.40 

2.72 

2.03 

1.17 

.09 


130 

221 

99 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


86 


2 


1.38 


145 


1 




.02 




3977 


28 


21.41 


131 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


94 




.2 


9 449 


1 


1.48 


615 


4| 2.15 


526 


4 


1.95 1 


2 


53 


i 




3 243 


2 


1.09 


382 




I 1.76 


345 




1.66 2 


3 


46 






1 219 




1.01 


336 




1.58 


285 




1.40 3 


4 


40 






8 180 




.85 


275 




1.32 


225 




1.13 4 


5 


31 






4 149 




.72 


241 




I 1.18 


190 




.99 5 


6 


20 






9 106 




.51 


192 




.94 


149 




.79 6 


7 


19 






9 90 




.44 


157 




.79 


119 




.64 7 


8 


14 






7 75 




.37 


131 




.66 


99 




.54 8 


9 


13 






16 64 




.31 


111 




.57 


83 




.47 9 


10 


10 






)5 50 


2 


.25 


84 




.44 


69 




.41 10 


11 


7 






)3 37 




.19 


65 




.34 


58 


i 


.36 11 


12 


6 






)3 27 




.14 


50 




.27 


48 




.32 12 


13 


3 






)1 19 




.10 


33 




.18 


29 




.20 13 


14 


2 






)1 10 




.05 


22 




.13 


23 




.17 14 


15 


2 






)1 6 




.03 


17 




.10 


14 




.11 15 


16 


2 






)1 3 




.02 


9 




.06 


7 




.06 16 


17 








3 




.02 


6 




.04 


5 




.05 17 


18 








2 




.01 


4 




.03 


5 




.05 18 


19 








2 




.01 


3 




.02 


4 




.04 19 


20 








2 




.01 


1 




.01 


2 




.02 20 


21 








1 




.01 














21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


264 




L l.( 


)5 1240 


3 


5.15 


1849 


6 7.99 


1571 


4 


7.13 1—5 


6-24 


98 






16 497 


3 


2.47 


885 




4.58 


714 


4 


4.23 6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


293 




2 1.; 


?0 158 


1 


.74 


93 


. 


.60 


45 




A 


H 1 


2 


186 




( 


)7 114 




.73 


58 




.51 


33 


1 


A 


H 2 


3 


163 




2 A 


38 100 




.69 


48 




.46 


29 




A 


to 3 


4 


139 




1 


79 87 




.65 


41 




.43 


24 




1 


6 4 


5 


117 




.( 


59 71 




.57 


34 




.38 


22 




1 


6 5 


6 


93 




1 


58 60 




.51 


26 




.32 


19 




^^ 


3 6 


7 


77 




1 


51 53 




.48 


22 




.29 


17 




^^ 


,2 7 


8 


68 




J 


18 41 




.40 


21 




.30 


14 


"i 


U 


'9 8 


9 


59 




L 


14 37 




.39 


18 




.28 


8 


2 


.] 


8 9 


10 


44 






55 33 




.38 


15 




.25 


4 




.] 


10 


11 


36 






51 24 




.30 


11 




.20 


3 




.C 


)8 11 


12 


33 






50 19 




.26 


9 




.18 


3 




.( 


)9 12 


13 


26 






?5 14 




.20 


6 




.13 


2 




.C 


)7 13 


14 


17 




. 


L8 9 




.14 


5 




.12 


1 




.( 


)4 14 


15 


11 




. 


L3 4 




.07 


2 




.05 


1 




.( 


)4 15 


16 


5 




.( 


)6 3 




.06 


1 




.03 


1 




.( 


)4 16 


17 


4 




.( 


)5 2 




.04 


1 




.03 


1 




.( 


)5 17 


18 


3 




.( 


)4 2 




.04 


1 




.03 








18 


19 


3 




.( 


)5 1 




.02 


1 




.04 








19 


20 


2 




.( 


)3 1 




.03 














20 


21 


1 




.( 


)2 


















21 


22 


























22 


23 








. 


















23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


898 




5 4.! 


53 530 


1 


3.38 


274 


i 


I 2.38 


153 


1 


l.< 


)4 1— ; 


6-24 


482 




I Z.'i 


^8 303 


3 


3.32 


139 




I 2.25 


74 


3 


l.( 


33 6-2^ 



186 



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TABLE IV (Continued) 
165. DRILLERS, PUMPMEN AND GAUGERS IN OIL FIELDS 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



17 
13 
11 

10 
9 

8 
5 
4 



60 

22 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.21 
.21 
.20 
.20 

.20 
.19 
.13 
.12 
.13 
.04 



1.02 
.61 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



12 
11 
10 

7 
6 
5 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 



46 
15 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.19 
.22 
.24 
.18 
.17 
.16 
.11 
.08 
.09 
.05 
.05 
.06 



1.00 
.60 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.16 
.11 

.10 
.07 
.08 



.52 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 

.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 



.27 
.15 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1158 

678 
601 
495 
421 


5 
4 

1 


3.92 

3.08 
2.80 
2.35 
2.04 


128 
130 

49 


819 
531 

448 
364 
307 


6 

2 

1 


3.15 
2.63 

2.28 
1.92 
1.68 


190 

88 
52 


251 

172 
148 
128 
105 


1 

1 
1 


1.34 
1.24 
1.15 

1.08 
.95 


75 
81 
87 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3353 

584 

552 

306 

38 


10 

1 
2 


14.19 
2.86 
2.78 
1.62 

.25 


70 
35 
72 


2469 

438 

422 

295 

41 


9 
3 

1 
2 


11.66 

2.52 

2.69 

2.33 

.47 


77 

119 

37 

86 


804 
161 
165 
103 
13 


3 

1 
3 

1 


5.76 
1.60 
2.00 
1.65 
.32 


52 

63 

150 

61 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4833 


13 


21.70 


60 


3665 


15 


19.67 


76 


1246 


8 


11.33 


71 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


74 

57 
50 
41 

37 


2 


.81 
.84 
.84 
.74 
.73 


238 


9 

5 
4 
3 
3 


i 


.19 
.16 
.16 
.13 
.15 


667 


2311 
1443 

1251 

1031 

873 


12 
7 
3 
1 
2 


9.41 

7.95 
7.23 
6.22 

5.55 


128 
88 
41 
16 
36 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


259 

57 

40 

12 

2 


2 
1 
3 


3.96 

1.24 

1.08 

.43 

.09 


51 

81 

278 


24 
2 


1 


.79 
.15 


127 


6909 

1242 

1179 

716 

94 


25 
6 
9 
3 


36.36 
8.37 
8.55 
6.03 
1.13 


69 

72 
105 

50 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


370 


6 


6.80 


88 


26 


1 


.94 


106 


10140 


43 


60.44 


71 


1-24 



187 



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167. JOURNEYMEN HOUSE PAINTERS 



Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


133 


2 


.41 


606 


2 


2.00 


795 


5 


2.78 


819 


4 


3.03 


1 


2 


73 




.31 


350 


1 


1.58 


456 


1 


2.10 


508 


5 


2.44 


2 


3 


63 




.28 


294 


1 


1.35 


385 




1.81 


426 


2 


2.09 


3 


4 


53 




.24 


244 


1 


1.15 


307 


3 


1.47 


379 


3 


1.90 


4 


5 


33 




.15 


203 


2 


.97 


267 


1 


1.31 


320 


2 


1.66 


5 


6 


23 




.11 


170 




.82 


238 


1 


1.17 


272 


1 


1.44 


6 


7 


21 




.10 


144 




.71 


204 


3 


1.02 


225 


2 


1.22 


7 


8 


16 




.08 


121 




.59 


164 


2 


.82 


194 




1.07 


8 


9 


15 




.07 


106 




.52 


136 


1 


.69 


171 


1 


.97 


9 


10 


13 




.06 


95 


1 


.47 


115 




.60 


145 




.86 


10 


11 


7 




.03 


74 




.37 


94 


1 


.50 


126 




.78 


11 


12 


5 




.02 


65 




.33 


85 


1 


.46 


100 




.66 


12 


13 


4 




.02 


52 




.27 


72 




.40 


82 


3 


.57 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


42 




.22 


68 




.39 


75 




.56 


14 


15 


3 




.01 


34 




.18 


53 


1 


.31 


65 




.52 


15 


16 


2 




.01 


27 




.15 


44 




.27 


48 




.41 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


20 




.11 


34 




.22 


40 




.36 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


17 




.10 


25 




.18 


33 




.32 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


15 




.09 


20 


1 


.15 


27 




.29 


19 


20 








12 


2 


.07 


16 




.13 


22 




.25 


20 


21 








5 




.03 


8 




.07 


10 




.13 


21 


22 








5 




.03 


8 




.07 


9 




.12 


22 


23 








4 




.03 


6 




.06 


4 




.06 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


355 




I 1.39 


1697 


7 


7.05 


2210 


10 


9.47 


2452 


16 


11.12 


1-5 


6-24 


118 




I .55 


1009 


3 


5.10 


1394 


11 


7.55 


1649 


10 


10.61 


6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


569 




5 2.33 


356 




1.67 


215 




1.38 


84 




.76 


1 


2 


363 




2 1.89 


239 




1.53 


126 


4 


1.11 


52 


1 


.65 


2 


3 


302 




I 1.63 


201 




1.39 


106 




1.01 


44 


2 


.61 


3 


4 


252 




1.44 


168 




1.26 


96 


2 


1.00 


31 




.47 


4 


5 


210 




t 1.24 


137 


1 


1.10 


85 


2 


.96 


28 




.46 


5 


6 


178 




5 1.10 


119 


1 


1.01 


62 




.76 


25 




.44 


6 


7 


153 




1.01 


104 


3 


.95 


59 




.78 


23 


1 


.44 


7 


8 


132 




I .92 


95 


2 


.93 


46 




.66 


19 




.39 


8 


9 


112 




2 .84 


76 




.81 


41 




.63 


17 




.38 


9 


10 


94 




5 .75 


65 


2 


.75 


35 




.58 


14 




.35 


10 


11 


78 




.66 


49 




.61 


32 


2 


.58 


14 


1 


.38 


11 


12 


69 




I .63 


41 


3 


.55 


27 




.53 


10 




.30 


12 


13 


59 




I .58 


32 


1 


.47 


24 




.51 


8 




.26 


13 


14 


45 




I .48 


30 


2 


.47 


20 




.47 


8 




.29 


14 


15 


37 




.43 


25 




.43 


13 




.33 


7 




.28 


15 


16 


31 




.39 


22 


1 


.41 


8 




.23 


6 




.27 


16 


17 


27 




.36 


18 


2 


.36 


6 




.19 


3 




.15 


17 


18 


23 




.34 


13 




.28 


6 




.21 


2 




.11 


18 


19 


18 




.28 


11 




.26 


5 




.19 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


16 




.27 


10 




.26 


4 




.17 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


9 




.17 


4 




.12 


2 


1 


.09 


1 




.07 


21 


22 


6 




.12 


1 




.03 








1 




.07 


22 


23 


4 




.09 


1 




.04 














23 


24 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 














24 


1—5 


1696 


( 


? 8.53 


1101 


1 


6.95 


628 


8 


5.46 


239 


3 


2.95 


1-; 


6-24 


1092 


i: 


I 9.44 


717 


17 


8.78 


390 


5 


6.91 


160 


2 


4.30 


6-2^ 



188 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



44 
31 

25 

22 

16 

14 

14 

12 

12 

11 

8 

8 

6 

6 

6 

2 



138 
104 



167. 



54-56 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.54 
.49 
.46 
.44 
.35 
.34 
.37 
.35 
39 
.39 
.31 
.34 
.28 
.31 
.34 
.12 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



2.28 
3.93 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
JOURNEYMEN HO USE PAINTERS 

57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 

18 

15 

13 

13 

12 

10 

8 

8 

6 

5 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 



71 

48 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.29 
.31 
.31 
.34 
.35 
.32 
.28 
.31 
.26 
.24 
.15 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.60 

2.06 



9 
7 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
3 
3 



34 
22 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.18 
.19 
.19 
.21 
.23 
.21 
.24 
.26 
.17 
.19 
.07 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.00 
1.14 



6 

5 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 



20 

5 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.17 

.22 
.22 
.19 
.12 
.13 
.06 
.07 
.07 



.92 
.33 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 






Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


ance 
Years 


1 


1534 


9 


5.19 


173 


1388 


9 


5.36 


168 


571 




3.05 




1 


2 


879 


2 


3.99 


50 


871 


7 


4.33 


162 


365 


4 


2.64 


152 


2 


3 


742 


1 


3.44 


29 


728 


3 


3.72 


81 


307 




2.40 




3 


4 


604 


4 


2.86 


140 


631 


3 


3.34 


90 


264 


2 


2.26 


88 


4 


5 


503 


3 


2.43 


123 


530 


3 


2.90 


103 


222 


3 


2.06 


146 


5 


1—5 


4262 


19 


17.91 


106 


4148 


25 


19.65 


127 


1729 


9 


12.41 


73 


1—5 


6—7 


800 


4 


3.93 


102 


828 


6 


4.77 


126 


344 


4 


3.50 


114 


6—7 


8-10 


781 


4 


3.90 


103 


848 


7 


5.41 


129 


358 


4 


4.36 


92 


8-10 


11-15 


661 


4 


3.52 


114 


736 


6 


5.87 


102 


293 


8 


4.95 


162 


11-15 


16-24 


279 


3 


1.85 


162 


329 


3 


4.00 


75 


112 


6 


2.88 


208 


16-24 


1-24 


6783 


34 


31.11 


109 


6889 


47 


39.70 


118 


2836 


31 


28.10 


110 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5fl 


-59 






60 ai 


ad over 






AllAgt 


js at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


146 




1.59 




15 




.35 




3654 


18 


15.54 


116 


1 


2 


98 


2 


1.45 


138 


12 


1 


.41 


244 


2225 


16 


12.82 


125 


2 


3 


82 


4 


1.38 


290 


10 




.41 


, , 


1869 


8 


11.35 


70 


3 


4 


66 


1 


1.25 


80 


9 


1 


.40 


250 


1574 


11 


10.11 


109 


4 


5 


56 




1.16 




8 


1 


.35 


286 


1319 


10 


8.90 


112 


5 


1—5 


448 


7 


6.83 


102 


54 


3 


1.92 


156 


10641 


63 


58.72 


107 


1—5 


6—7 


94 


3 


2.19 


137 


13 




.64 


, , 


2079 


17 


15.03 


113 


6—7 


8-10 


104 


1 


3.06 


33 


13 


2 


.76 


263 


2104 


18 


17.49 


103 


8-10 


11-15 


92 


3 


3.74 


80 


1 


1 


.07 


1429 


1783 


22 


18.15 


121 


11-15 


16-24 


22 




1.30 




. . 








742 


12 


10.03 


120 


16-24 


1-24 


760 


14 


17.12 


82 


81 


6 


3.39 


177 


17349 


132 


119.42 


111 


1-24 



13 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


93 


1 


.29 


335 




1.11 


277 


3 


.97 


227 




.84 


1 


2 


62 




.27 


185 


3 


.83 


183 




.84 


172 


, 


.83 


2 


3 


56 




.25 


147 




.68 


159 


1 


.75 


153 


4| .751 


3 


4 


45 




.21 


117 




.55 


133 




.64 


126 




.63 


4 


5 


35 




.16 


102 




.49 


114 




.56 


107 




.56 


5 


6 


29 




.14 


85 




.41 


104 




.51 


84 




.45 


6 


7 


21 




.10 


73 


3 


.36 


88 


, . 


.44 


76 




.41 


7 


8 


18 




.08 


61 




.30 


76 


1 


.38 


69 




.38 


8 


9 


16 




.08 


58 




.28 


67 


1 


.34 


61 




.35 


9 


10 


15 




.07 


48 




.24 


62 




.32 


55 




.32 


10 


11 


10 




.05 


35 




.18 


53 




.28 


48 




.30 


11 


12 


10 




.05 


29 




.15 


47 




.25 


45 




.30 


12 


13 


9 




.04 


21 




.11 


41 


1 


.23 


37 




.26 


13 


14 


8 




.04 


19 




.10 


38 




.22 


33 




.25 


14 


15 


7 




.03 


16 




.08 


28 




.17 


28 




.22 


15 


16 


4 




.02 


13 




.07 


24 




.15 


20 




.17 


16 


17 


4 




.02 


12 




.07 


18 




.12 


15 




.14 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


11 




.06 


14 




.10 


15 




.15 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


9 




.05 


11 




.08 


10 




.11 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


6 




.04 


8 




.06 


8 




.09 


20 


21 








3 




.02 


5 


1 


.04 


3 




.04 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


4 




.04 


3 




.04 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


3 




.04 


23 


24 






. 








3 




.03 


3 




.05 


24 


1—5 


291 




1 1.18 


886 


3 


3.66 


866 


4 


3.76 


785 


7 3.61 


1-5 


6-24 


155 




.75 


502 


5 


2.54 


695 


4 


3.80 


616 




L 4.07 


6-24 


Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


132 




1 .54 


51 




.24 


40 




.26 


14 




I .13 


1 


2 


92 




.48 


39 




.25 


31 




.27 


11 




.14 


2 


3 


80 




.43 


34 


2 


.23 


30 




.29 


10 




.14 


3 


4 


69 




.39 


29 




.22 


23 




.24 


8 




.12 


4 


5 


57 




.34 


23 




.18 


20 




.23 


7 




.11 


5 


6 


51 




1 .32 


19 




.16 


17 




.21 


5 




I .09 


6 


7 


45 




.30 


18 




.16 


14 




.18 


4 




.08 


7 


8 


39 




.27 


15 




.15 


13 




.19 


3 




.06 


8 


9 


36 




.27 


14 




.15 


11 




.17 


3 




.07 


9 


10 


32 




.26 


12 




.14 


11 




.18 


3 




.07 


10 


11 


27 




.23 


12 




.15 


10 




.18 


3 




.08 


11 


12 


26 




.24 


9 




.12 


10 




.20 


3 




.09 


12 


13 


21 




.21 


8 




.12 


8 


'2 


.17 


2 




.07 


13 


14 


18 




.19 


8 




.13 


5 


. . 


.12 


2 




.07 


14 


15 


16 




.18 


8 




.14 


4 




.10 


2 




.08 


15 


16 


14 




1 .18 


5 




.09 


2 




.06 






.04 


16 


17 


13 




.18 


3 




.06 






.03 






.05 


17 


18 


12 




.18 


2 




.04 












.05 


18 


19 


11 




.17 


2 




.05 












.06 


19 


20 


10 




1 .17 


2 




.05 












.06 


20 


21 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 












.07 


21 


22 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 














22 


23 


1 




.02 


2 




.07 














23 


24 


1 




.02 


1 




.04 








. . 






24 


1—5 


430 




1 2.18 


176 


2 


1.12 


144 


2 


1.29 


50 




1 .64 


1-! 


6-24 


379 




3 3.51 


144 




1.94 


106 


2 


1.79 


36 




1 1.09 


6-2' 



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Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

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57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 



Actual 
Deatis 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.04 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 



.24 
.19 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 
2 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.06 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.03 
.04 



.28 
.07 



(MEN) 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 



.02 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insiu'- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Yeats 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


705 

430 
362 
295 
251 


4 
3 
1 


2.37 
1.94 
1.68 
1.40 
1.21 


169 

155 

60 


359 
264 

233 
195 
164 




! 1.38 
1.31 

\ 1.18 

1.02 

.90 


145 

339 

98 

111 


91 
70 
64 

52 
43 


3 

i 


.50 
.52 

.52 
.46 
.41 


577 
244 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2043 
400 
421 
371 
160 


8 
3 
3 

2 

1 


8.60 
1.96 
2.09 
1.98 
1.06 


93 
153 
144 
101 

94 


1215 
256 
292 
299 
148 


1 


5.79 
1.48 
1.85 
2.38 
1.87 


138 
68 

54 

107 


320 
68 
76 
82 
24 


4 
2 


2.41 
.71 
.98 

1.43 
.61 


166 
140 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3395 


17 


15.69 


108 


2210 


12 


13.37 


90 


570 


6 


6.14 


98 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


E>:pected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


InsuT- 
anci: 

Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


21 
17 
15 
13 
11 


1 

1 


.23 
.25 
.24 
.23 
.21 


435 
435 


1 




.02 




1177 
781 

674 
555 
469 


7 

3 
8 
2 
2 


4.50 

4.02 
3.62 
3.11 

2.73 


156 
75 

221 
64 

73 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


77 
13 
12 
13 
6 


2 
1 


1.16 
.29 
.30 
.43 
.33 


172 
345 


1 




.02 




3656 
737 
801 

765 

338 


22 
5 
4 

4 
3 


17.98 
4.44 
5.22 
6.22 
3.87 


122 
113 

77 
64 

78 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


121 


3 


2.51 


120 


1 




.02 




6297 


38 


37.73 


101 


1-24 



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Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


InsuT- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


237 


1 


.73 


1221 


2 


4.03 


1450 


5 


5.08 


1188 




1 4.40 


1 


2 


143 


1 


.61 


770 


4 


3.47 


914 


2 


4.20 


807 




6 3.87 


2 


3 


113 


1 


.51 


649 


2 


2.99 


761 


6 


3.58 


679 




2 3.33 


3 


4 


84 


1 


.39 


534 




2.51 


639 


4 


3.07 


566 




4 2.83 


4 


5 


61 


1 


.28 


414 


1 


1.99 


523 




2.56 


450 




2 2.34 


5 


6 


42 




.20 


348 




1.67 


420 


6 


2.06 


359 




1 1.90 


6 


7 


26 




.12 


272 


4 


1.33 


334 


1 


1.67 


285 




3 1.54 


7 


8 


23 




.11 


218 




1.07 


277 




1.39 


231 




4 1.27 


8 


9 


13 




.06 


185 




.91 


234 


2 


1.19 


188 




1 1.07 


9 


10 


11 




.05 


155 




.76 


188 


1 


.98 


162 




.96 


10 


11 


7 




.03 


125 




.63 


162 


1 


.86 


127 




1 .79 


11 


12 


5 




.02 


98 




.49 


135 




.73 


111 




.73 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


80 




.41 


111 


2 


.61 


96 




1 .67 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


61 




.32 


89 




.51 


76 




.57 


14 


15 


3 




.01 


52 




.28 


72 




.42 


69 




.55 


15 


16 


3 




.02 


42 




.23 


57 


1 


.35 


50 




1 .43 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


29 




.16 


48 


2 


.32 


43 




1 .39 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


24 




.13 


34 




.24 


36 




.35 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


17 




.10 


27 


1 


.20 


27 




.29 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


15 




.09 


19 




.15 


18 




.21 


20 


21 








5 




.03 


6 




.05 


5 




.06 


21 


22 








3 




.02 


5 




.05 


4 




.05 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


2 




.03 


23 


24 






. 








2 




.02 








24 


1—5 


638 




5 2.52 


3588 


9 


14.99 


4287 


17 


18.49 


3690 




L5 16.77 


1-S 


6-24 


147 




.68 


1730 


6 


8.64 


2224 


17 


11.84 


1889 




L3 11.86 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


823 


6 


3.37 


401 




2 1.88 


210 




1.34 


88 


1 


.80 


1 


2 


557 


3 


2.90 


296 




2 1.89 


150 




1.32 


67 




.84 


2 


3 


470 


4 


2.54 


250 




3 1.73 


125 




1.19 


59 




.81 


3 


4 


387 


1 


2.21 


195 




2 1.46 


108 


3 


1.12 


49 


1 


.74 


4 


5 


300 


2 


1.77 


161 




1 1.29 


82 




.93 


40 


2 


.65 


5 


6 


239 


1 


1.48 


121 




1 1.03 


70 




.85 


29 




.51 


6 


7 


202 


1 


1.33 


97 




2 .88 


56 




.74 


25 




.48 


7 


8 


169 


2 


1.18 


84 




1 .82 


46 




.66 


20 




.41 


8 


9 


140 


1 


1.05 


78 




2 .83 


42 




.65 


17 


1 


.38 


9 


10 


117 




.94 


69 




1 .79 


41 




.68 


10 




.25 


10 


11 


88 


i 


.75 


57 




.71 


34 




.62 


10 




.27 


11 


12 


74 


1 


.67 


44 




1 .59 


31 




.61 


9 




.27 


12 


13 


59 


. . 


.58 


35 




.51 


26 




.56 


8 




.26 


13 


14 


54 


2 


.57 


33 




.52 


22 




.51 


6 




.22 


14 


15 


46 


1 


.53 


29 




.50 


18 




.46 


5 




.20 


15 


16 


36 


1 


.45 


21 




1 .39 


11 




.31 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


26 




.35 


16 




1 .32 


9 




.28 






.05 


17 


18 


21 




.31 


13 




.28 


7 




.24 






.05 


18 


19 


20 


i 


.32 


12 




.29 


7 




.27 






.06 


19 


20 


14 


1 


.24 


9 




.24 


4 




.17 






.06 


20 


21 


7 


. . 


.13 


3 




.09 


2 




.09 






.07 


21 


22 


7 


, , 


.14 


2 




.06 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


4 


. . 


.09 


1 




.04 


1 




.06 








23 


24 


1 




.02 








1 




.06 






, . 


24 


1—5 


2537 


16 


12.79 


1303 


] 


10 8.25 


675 


4 


5.90 


303 


4 


3.84 


1- 


6-24 


1324 


13 


11.13 


724 


] 


8.89 


429 


7 


7.87 


146 


2 


3.63 


6-2 



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SYNOPSIS 



Ages at 


Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


2908 


8 


9.84 


81 


2011 


7 


7.77 


90 


611 


2 


3.22 


62 


1 


2 


1827 


7 


8.28 


85 


1364 


9 


6.77 


133 


446 


3 


3.21 


93 


2 


3 


1523 


9 


7.08 


127 


1149 


6 


5.87 


102 


375 


3 


2.92 


103 


3 


4 


1257 


5 


5.97 


84 


953 


5 


5.04 


99 


303 


5 


2.58 


194 


4 


5 


998 


2 


4.83 


41 


750 


4 


4.11 


97 


243 


1 


2.22 


45 


5 


1—5 


8513 


31 


36.00 


86 


6227 


31 


29.56 


105 


1978 


14 


14.15 


99 


1—5 


6—7 


1442 


11 


7.05 


156 


1085 


6 


6.25 


96 


344 


6 


3.50 


171 


6—7 


8-10 


1304 


3 


6.52 


46 


1007 


8 


6.47 


124 


360 


5 


4.43 


113 


8-10 


11-15 


1006 


5 


5.34 


94 


800 


7 


6.41 


109 


329 


3 


5.59 


54 


11-15 


16-24 


349 


4 


2.25 


178 


321 


5 


3.86 


130 


120 


3 


3.24 


93 


16-24 


1-24 


12614 


54 


57.16 


94 


9440 


57 


52.55 


108 


3131 


31 


30.91 


100 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


50 


-59 






60 a 


ttd over 






AllAg( 


ss at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


146 


1 


1.55 


65 


9 




.20 




5685 


18 


22.58 


80 


1 


2 


113 


1 


1.60 


63 


7 




.22 


, , 


3757 


20 


20.08 


100 


2 


3 


103 


2 


1.66 


120 


7 




.26 




3157 


20 


17.79 


112 


3 


4 


86 


2 


1.52 


132 


7 




.28 




2606 


17 


15.39 


110 


4 


5 


69 


2 


1.32 


152 


6 




.27 




2066 


9 


12.75 


71 


5 


1—5 


517 


8 


7.65 


105 


36 




1.23 




17271 


84 


88.59 


95 


1—5 


6 7 


96 




2.07 




10 




.50 




2977 


23 


19.37 


119 


6—7 


8-10 


94 


3 


2.61 


115 


9 


2 


.55 


364 


2774 


21 


20.58 


102 


8-10 


11-15 


67 


2 


2.53 


79 










2202 


17 


19.87 


86 


11-15 


16-24 


12 




.70 












802 


12 


10.05 


119 


16-24 


1-24 


786 


13 


15.56 


84 


55 


2 


2.28 


88 


26026 


157 


158.46 


99 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-25 


1 




30-34 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


124 




.38 


605 




2 2.00 


608 


1 


2.13 


485 


2 


1.79 


1 


2 


75 


1 


.32 


370 




4 1.67 


403 


3 


1.85 


325 


2 


1.56 


2 


3 


58 




.26 


320 




2 1.47 


336 


1 


1.58 


275 


5 


1.35 


3 


4 


51 




.23 


263 


. 


1.24 


278 


2 


1.33 


221 


1 


1.11 


4 


5 


44 


1 


.20 


210 




2 1.01 


232 


5 


1.14 


181 


2 


.94 


5 


6 


34 


1 


.16 


177 




1 .85 


190 




.93 


140 


1 


.74 


6 


7 


29 




.14 


147 




.72 


159 




.80 


119 




.64 


7 


8 


23 


1 


-11 


129 




.63 


134 




.67 


100 




.55 


8 


9 


20 


1 


.10 


112 




1 .55 


116 




.59 


89 


i 


.51 


9 


10 


16 




.08 


100 




.49 


98 




.51 


73 




.43 


10 


11 


14 




.07 


80 




.40 


82 




.43 


64 




.40 


11 


12 


8 




.04 


70 




1 .35 


76 




.41 


58 




.38 


12 


13 


7 




.03 


60 




1 .31 


65 




.36 


53 




.37 


13 


14 


7 




.03 


53 




1 .28 


58 




.33 


49 




.37 


14 


15 


6 




.03 


40 




.21 


51 




.30 


42 


3 


.34 


15 


16 


5 




.03 


31 




.17 


39 




.24 


33 




.28 


16 


17 


4 




.02 


26 




.14 


36 


1 


.24 


25 




.23 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


19 




.11 


30 




.21 


19 




.19 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


12 




.07 


25 




.19 


17 




.18 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


10 




.06 


19 




.15 


15 




.17 


20 


21 








4 




.03 


8 




.07 


6 




.08 


21 


22 








2 




.01 


6 




.05 


4 




.05 


22 


23 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


3 




.04 


23 


24 








1 




.01 


4 




.04 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 352 


2 


1.39 


1768 




10 7.39 


1857 


12 


8.03 


1487 


12 


6.75 


1—5 


6-24 177 


3 


.87 


1074 




5 5.40 


1200 


3 


6.56 


910 


6 


5.97 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


247 




1.01 


121 


, , 


.57 


79 




.51 


32 




.29 


1 


2 


171 






.89 


84 


, , 


.54 


51 




.45 


25 




.31 


2 


3 


141 






.76 


74 




.51 


44 


1 


.42 


22 




.30 


3 


4 


117 






.67 


61 


1 


.46 


31 




.32 


19 




.29 


4 


5 


95 






.56 


47 


1 


.38 


22 




.25 


13 




.21 


5 


6 


82 






.51 


37 




.31 


19 




.23 


13 




.23 


6 


7 


71 






.47 


30 




.27 


13 


1 


.17 


12 




! .23 


7 


8 


64 






.45 


25 




.25 


11 




.16 


10 




.21 


8 


9 


55 






.41 


23 




.24 


10 




.15 


9 


] 


.20 


9 


10 


47 






.38 


17 




.20 


9 




.15 


6 


] 


.15 


10 


11 


43 






.37 


16 




.20 


9 




.16 


3 




.08 


11 


12 


39 






.35 


14 




.19 


8 




.16 


3 




.09 


12 


13 


29 






.28 


13 




.19 


8 




.17 


3 




.10 


13 


14 


27 






.29 


13 




.21 


7 




.16 


3 




.11 


14 


15 


23 






.26 


10 




.17 


7 




.18 


2 




.08 


15 


16 


18 






.23 


9 




.17 


5 




.14 


1 




.04 


16 


17 


14 






.19 


8 


1 


.16 


2 




.06 








17 


18 


10 






.15 


5 




.11 


2 




.07 










18 


19 


8 






.13 


5 




.12 


2 




.08 










19 


20 


5 






.09 


5 




.13 


2 




.08 










20 


21 


2 






.04 


2 




.06 
















21 


22 


1 






.02 


1 




.03 
















22 


23 








. . 


1 


1 


.04 
















23 


24 




















. . 










24 


1—5 


771 


1 


3.89 


387 


2 


2.46 


227 


1 


1.95 


111 




1.40 


1-5 


6-24 


538 


1 


4.62 


234 


3 


3.05 


114 


1 


2.12 


65 


i 


1 1.52 


6-24 



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173. PRINTING: JOURNEYMEN COMPO.STTnP s 




Ages at 


Entry 54-56 


57-59 


60-62 


63 and over 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Expose( 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 


16 
12 
10 

8 
6 
5 
4 




I .20 
.19 

I .18 
.16 
.13 
.12 
.11 




1 


.0 
.0 


5 1 

2 1 




.02 

.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 






.03 1 
.04 2 
.04 3 
.05 4 
.05 5 
.06 6 
.06 7 


2 




.06 












.05 






.07 


8 


2 




.06 












.06 






.07 


9 


10 


2 




.07 












.06 






.08 


10 


11 


2 




.08 












.07 








11 


12 


2 




.09 




















12 


13 


2 




.09 






















13 


14 


2 




.10 






















14 


15 


2 




.11 






















15 


16 


1 




.06 






















16 


17 


1 




.07 






















17 


18 


1 




.07 






















18 


19 




























19 


20 




























20 


21 




























21 


22 




























22 


23 




























23 


24 




























24 


1—5 


52 


z 


.86 


c 


. 


.08 


5 




.16 


5 




.21 


1—5 


6-24 


28 




1.09 








6 




.33 


5 




.34 


6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1337 

848 
714 
592 
486 


3 

8 
3 
2 
8 


4.51 
3.84 

3.31 
2.80 

2.35 


67 

208 

91 

71 

340 


732 
496 
416 
338 
276 


J. 
C 

J. 
1 


! 2.80 

' 2.45 
2.11 

' 1.78 
1.50 


71 

82 
237 
112 
133 


200 
135 

118 
92 
69 


1 
1 
1 


1.08 

.99 
.93 

.78 
.63 


108 
128 
159 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3977 
736 
748 
677 
290 


24 
2 
4 
4 

1 


16.81 
3.60 
3.73 
3.58 
1.92 


143 

56 

107 

112 

52 


2258 
412 
428 
427 
181 


u 
1 

1 

c 


10.64 
2.36 
2.73 
3.41 
2.09 


122 
42 
37 

147 


614 
99 
95 

105 
49 


3 
1 

1 
2 


4.41 
.98 
1.15 
1.79 
1.25 


68 
102 

56 
160 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


6428 


35 


29.64 


118 


3706 


2C 


) 21.23 


94 


962 


7 


9.58 


73 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


52 
38 
32 
27 
19 


1 
1 


.55 

.52 
.48 
.45 
.34 


182 
208 


2 
2 
2 

2 
2 




.05 
.07 
.07 
.09 
.09 




2323 

1519 
1282 
1051 

852 


6 

10 
10 

5 
11 


8.99 
7.87 
6.90 
5.90 
4.91 


67 
127 
145 

85 
224 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


168 

34 

31 

24 

4 

261 


2 
2 
2 

6 


2.34 
.69 
.75 
.93 
.24 

4.95 


85 
290 
267 

121 


10 
4 
6 

1 

21 




.37 
.21 
.39 
.07 

1.04 




7027 
1285 
1308 
1234 
524 
11378 


42 
6 
7 

10 
3 

68 


34.57 
7.84 
8.75 
9.78 
5.50 

66.44 


121 

77 
80 

102 
55 

102 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


Years 


1 


128 


1 


.40 


559 


6 


1.84 


508 


1 


1.78 


379 




1 1.40 


1 


2 


83 




.36 


350 


1 


1.58 


343 




1.58 


238 




1.14 


2 


3 


67 




.30 


305 


1 


1.40 


286 


. . 


1.34 


201 




.98 


3 


4 


53 




.24 


261 


2 


1.23 


238 


3 


1.14 


170 




1 .85 


4 


5 


36 




.17 


217 


4 


1.04 


206 




1.01 


146 




2 .76 


5 


6 


25 


2 


.12 


167 




.80 


173 


i 


.85 


127 




2 .67 


6 


7 


18 




.08 


142 




.70 


150 


. . 


.75 


112 




1 .60 


7 


8 


16 




.08 


121 




.59 


126 


1 


.63 


98 




.54 


8 


9 


13 




.06 


94 


2 


.46 


103 


1 


, .53 


81 




.46 


9 


10 


10 




.05 


65 




.32 


81 


1 


.42 


65 




.38 


10 


11 


9 




.04 


56 




.28 


67 


, . 


.36 


52 




.32 


11 


12 


8 




.04 


53 




.27 


57 


1 


.31 


46 




.30 


12 


13 


7 




.03 


48 




.24 


46 




.25 


39 




1 .27 


13 


14 


6 




.03 


42 




.22 


37 




.21 


31 




1 .23 


14 


15 


5 




.02 


36 




.19 


28 




.17 


28 




.22 


15 


16 


5 




.03 


30 




.16 


22 




.14 


26 




.22 


16 


17 


3 




.02 


26 


1 


.14 


18 




.12 


22 




.20 


17 


18 


1 




.01 


20 




.11 


15 




.11 


21 




.21 


18 


19 


1 




.01 


18 




.10 


13 




.10 


18 




.19 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


14 




.09 


12 




.10 


13 




.15 


20 


21 








4 




.03 


9 




.08 


7 




.09 


21 


22 














6 




.05 


5 




.07 


22 


23 














5 




.05 


2 




.03 


23 


24 














2 




.02 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


367 


1 


1.47 


1692 


14 


7.09 


1581 


4 


6.85 


1134 




4 5.13 


1—5 


6-24 


128 


3 


.63 


936 


4 


4.70 


970 


6 


5.25 


794 




5 5.17 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


"insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


237 


1 


.97 


128 


] 


I .60 


69 


1 


.44 


29 


.26 


1 


2 


150 


1 


.78 


88 




.56 


47 




.41 


19 


.24 


2 


3 


121 


1 


.65 


78 


] 


I .54 


42 




.40 


15 


.21 


3 


4 


97 


, . 


.55 


68 


] 


L .51 


36 




.37 


14 


.21 


4 


5 


80 


1 


.47 


54 


] 


I .43 


28 




.32 


12 1 


.20 


5 


6 


67 




.42 


44 


] 


I .37 


23 


1 


.28 


10 


.18 


6 


7 


58 




.38 


32 




.29 


18 




.24 


9 1 


.17 


7 


8 


53 




.37 


29 




.28 


17 


1 


.24 


7 


.14 


8 


9 


45 




.34 


21 




.22 


14 




.22 


7 


.16 


9 


10 


39 




.31 


18 




.21 


12 




.20 


5 


.12 


10 


11 


31 




.26 


17 




.21 


9 




.16 


3 


.08 


11 


12 


26 




.24 


13 




.18 


9 




.18 




.03 


12 


13 


20 


1 


.20 


7 




.10 


8 




.17 




.03 


13 


14 


15 




.16 


6 




.09 


7 


1 


.16 




.04 


14 


15 


14 




.16 


5 




.09 


4 




.10 




.04 


15 


16 


8 




.10 


5 




.09 


2 




.06 






16 


17 


7 




.09 


3 




.06 


2 




.06 






17 


18 


4 




.06 


3 




.07 


2 




.07 






18 


19 


4 




.06 


1 




.02 


2 




.08 






19 


20 


3 




.05 


1 




.03 


2 




.08 






20 


21 


2 




.04 








1 




.05 






21 


22 


1 




.02 








1 


1 


.05 






22 


23 


1 




.02 


















23 


24 


1 




.02 












. . 






24 


1—5 


685 


4 


3.42 


416 


4 


t 2.64 


222 


1 


1.94 


89 1 


1.12 


1-5 


6-24 


399 


2 


3.30 


205 


] 


2.31 


133 


4 


2.40 


45 2 


.99 


6-24 



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Ages at Entry 


54-56 




57-59 


60-62 1 


63 and over 


Insur- J 


,xposed 


Actual Expected | 


Exposed Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years ^ 


oRisk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


20 


1 


.24 


5 


.08 


5 




.10 


1 




.03 


1 


2 


15 




.24 


5 


.10 


4 




.11 


1 




.05 


2 


3 


14 




.26 


4 


.10 


1 


1 


.03 


1 




.06 


3 


4 


14 


1 


.28 


4 


.11 








1 




.06 


4 


5 


11 




.24 


4 


.12 








1 


1 


.07 


5 


6 


11 




.26 


3 1 


.10 




, , 


, . 








6 


7 


10 




.26 


2 


.07 




, . 










7 


8 


9 




.26 


2 


.08 














8 


9 


9 




.29 


2 


.09 




, , 










9 


10 


8 




.28 


2 


.09 




, . 










10 


11 


7 


4 


.27 




.05 














11 


12 


3 


1 


.13 








. . 










12 


13 






.05 










, , 








13 


14 






.05 


















14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 


15 






.06 


















16 






.06 


. . 
















17 






.07 


















18 






.07 


















19 






.08 


. . 
















20 






.08 


















21 






.09 


. . 
















22 






.10 


. . 
















23 






.11 


. . 








• ■ 








24 


24 








. . 


















1—5 


74 


t 2 


1.26 


22 


.51 


1 


1 


.24 


5 




1 .27 


1—5 


6-24 65 


] 5 


2.5/ 


12 ] 


Ai 


. 












6-24 






SYNOPSIS 


Ages at Entry 


15-29 


30-39 


40-49 




Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Expose 
to Risl 


d Actual 
: Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio Exposed 
% to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 

e 


11 

7 
6 
5 
4 


95 8 
76 1 

58 1 
52 5 

59 4 


4. 
3. 
3. 
2. 
2. 


02 199 616 
52 28 388 
04 33 322 
61 192 267 
22 180 226 


2 
1 
1 
1 

3 


2.37 
1.92 
1.63 
1.40 
1.23 


84 
52 
61 
71 
244 


197 

135 
120 
104 

82 


J. 
\ 


! 1.04 
.97 
L .94 
[ .88 
I .75 


192 

106 
114 
133 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


36 
6 
6 

5 

2 

56 


40 19 

75 3 
29 5 
05 3 
25 2 
74 32 


15. 

3. 
3. 
2. 
1. 

25. 


41 123 1819 
30 91 364 
14 159 381 
66 113 302 
48 135 146 
99 123 3012 


8 
3 
1 
3 

15 


8.55 
2.07 
2.40 
2.36 
1.64 
17.02 


94 
145 

42 
127 

88 


638 
117 
111 

8^ 

2; 

97C 


) 1 


5 4.58 
I 1.18 
I 1.37 
1 1.44 
1 .72 
9.29 


109 
169 
73 
6S 
13S 
lOf 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


Ages a 

Insur- 
ance 


t Entry 

Expos 
toRis 


5« 

;d Actual 
k Deaths 


-59 

Expectec 
Deaths 


1 Ratio Exposed 
% to Risk 


60 a 

Actual 
Deaths 


nd over 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


All A 

Actual 
Deaths 


jes at Jintry 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 

1 h 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 





54 1 




58 172 6 
58 .. 5 
57 .. 2 
.60 167 1 
S6 179 1 




.13 
16 




206 

134 


I 1 

3 


3 8. V'i 

2 7.15 


2 


2 


2 




39 




1 


.09 


nil 


113 


5 


4 6.27 


6 


i 3 


3 




33 




06 




95 


6 


8 5.55 


14 


4 4 


4 




32 1 




1 


.07 


1429 


79 


5 1 


4.83 


20 


7 5 


5 

1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1 


27 1 

85 3 


2 


.89 104 15 


2 


.51 


392 


629 
120 


7 3 
1 1 


7 31.94 
7.5S 


11 
13 


6 1 — 5 
2 6—7 




45 2 


1 


.04 192 








117 


2 


7 8.42 


8 


3 8-10 




51 

21 6 
8 


1 
6 


.51 

.83 723 

.66 




c 


^Q^ 


91 

40 

998 


3 1 
4 

7 : 


3 7.2c 
3 4.5( 
'0 59.7^ 


) 17 
) 6 
t 11 


8 11-15 
7 lfr-24 
tI 1-24 


1-24 


». 


ilO 11 


.93 159 


li 


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177. BJ 


lIlway mail clerks and express messengers 






Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30- 


34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


1 Kxpected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatl 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


42 






[3 434 




3 1.43 


572 


1 


2.00 


454 




2 1.68 


1 


2 


30 






13 293 




1 1.32 


434 


2 


2.00 


352 




2 1.69 


2 


3 


20 






)9 248 




2 1.14 


387 


1 


1.82 


307 




1 1.50 


3 


4 


18 






)8 206 




.97 


335 


1 


1.61 


266 




1.33 


4 


5 


13 






)6 180 




.86 


286 


1 


1.40 


229 




1 1.19 


5 


6 


12 






)6 143 




2 .69 


234 


1 


1.15 


195 




3 1.03 


6 


7 


10 


. 




)5 124 




1 .61 


204 




1.02 


171 




3 .92 


7 


8 


9 






)4 105 




.51 


178 




.89 


146 




.80 


8 


9 


7 






)3 94 




.46 


155 




.79 


117 




4 .67 


9 


10 


6 






)3 83 




1 .41 


135 




.70 


88 




.52 


10 


11 


5 






)2 66 




2 .33 


107 




.57 


75 




.47 


11 


12 


4 






)2 53 




.27 


87 




.47 


62 




1 .41 


12 


13 


4 






)2 39 




.20 


69 




.38 


47 




1 .33 


13 


14 


2 






)1 31 




.16 


60 




.34 


45 




.34 


14 


15 


2 






)1 29 




.15 


51 




.30 


35 




.28 


15 


16 


f 






)1 22 




.12 


38 




.24 


30 




1 .26 


16 


17 








16 




.09 


31 




.20 


24 




1 .22 


17 


18 








12 




.07 


24 




.17 


14 




.14 


18 


19 








11 




.06 


18 




.14 


13 




.14 


19 


20 








8 




.05 


15 




.12 


9 




.10 


20 


21 








5 




.03 


7 




.06 


5 




.06 


21 


22 








3 




.02 


4 




.04 








22 


23 








1 




.01 


3 




.03 






. 


23 


24 








1 




.01 












. 


24 


1—5 


123 




/ 


[9 1361 




6 5.72 


2014 


6 


8.83 


1608 




6 7.39 


1—5 


6-24 


63 




I .: 


!0 846 




6 4.25 


1420 


4 


7.61 


1076 


14 6.69| 


6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


lusur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Bisk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


273 




1.12 


119 




.56 


45 




.29 


38 




.35 


1 


2 


208 




1.08 


93 




.60 


36 




.32 


26 




I .33 


2 


3 


185 


1 


1.00 


86 




.59 


33 




.31 


23 




.32 


3 


4 


150 


1 


.86 


74 




.56 


29 




.30 


19 




.29 


4 


5 


128 


1 


.76 


66 


• • 


.53 


25 




I .28 


16 




.26 


5 


6 


107 




.66 


56 


1 


.48 


21 




.26 


14 




.25 


6 


7 


92 




.61 


51 




.46 


20 




.26 


12 




.23 


7 


8 


83 




.58 


47 




.46 


16 




.23 


10 




.21 


8 


9 


73 




.55 


38 


, , 


.40 


12 




.18 


9 




.20 


9 


10 


59 


1 


.47 


31 




.36 


10 




.17 


9 




.22 


10 


11 


42 




.36 


23 




.29 


6 




.11 


7 




.19 


11 


12 


35 




.32 


16 


• • 


.22 


4 




.08 


5 




L .15 


12 


13 


30 




.29 


14 




.20 


4 




.09 


4 




.13 


13 


14 


23 


2 


.24 


9 




.14 


3 




.07 


3 




.11 


14 


15 


16 




.18 


8 




.14 


2 




.05 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


14 




.18 


7 




.13 






.03 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


12 




.16 


5 




.10 






.03 


2 




.10 


17 


18 


6 




.09 


4 




.09 






.03 






.05 


18 


19 


3 




.05 


4 




.10 






.04 








19 


20 


1 


1 


.02 


3 




.08 






.04 








20 


21 






. , 


2 


1 


.06 






.05 








21 


22 






, . 


1 




.03 














22 


23 








1 


1 


.04 














23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


944 


3 


4.82 


438 




2.84 


168 




I 1.50 


122 




L 1.55 


1—5 


6-24 


596 


4 


4.76 


320 


3 


3.78 


104 




1.72 


81 




I 2.05 


6-24 



198 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 
13 
12 

10 
8 
8 
7 
3 
2 
1 



57 
21 



177. RAI 



54-56 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.17 

.21 

.22 

.20 

.1 

.19 

.18 

.09 

.06 

.04 



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.56 



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^WAY MAIL CLERKS AND EXPRESS MESSENGERS 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



17 
5 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.06 
.08 
.07 
.08 
.09 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 



.38 
.18 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 

4 



60-62 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 

.11 

.13 
.14 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 



.56 
.20 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.12 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1048 

757 
655 
559 
479 


4 

3 
3 
1 

1 


3.56 
3.45 
3.05 
2.66 
2.32 


112 
87 
98 
38 
43 


727 
560 

492 
416 
357 




2 2.80 
I 2.77 
I 2.50 
I 2.19 
I 1.95 


7 

7: 

8( 
4t 

lo: 


I 164 

I 129 
) 119 
) 103 
5 91 


i 


.85 

.92 
.90 
.86 
.81 


123 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


3498 
727 
772 
609 
221 


12 
4 
2 
3 
2 


15.04 
3.58 
3.86 
3.25 
1.47 


80 

112 

52 

92 

136 


2552 
565 
566 
410 
131 


C 

( 

t 

I 


) 12.21 
5 3.22 
) 3.59 
[ 3.22 
i 1.42 


74 
18f 
13S 
124 
211 


Ir 606 
) 148 
) 154 
I 89 
33 


1 
1 

'2 


4.34 
1.46 
1.80 
1.39 

.85 


23 
68 

235 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


5827 


23 


27.20 


85 


4224 


2y 


' 23.66 


114 


1030 


4 


9.84 


41 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


56 
43 
38 

32 

27 


1 


.58 

.62 
.61 

.57 
.53 


P' ■ ■ 

t *. . 
'l75 


7 
6 
4 
4 
2 




.15 
.18 

.13 
.14 

.08 




2002 
1495 
1308 
1114 
956 


6 
6 

5 
3 
4 


7.94 
7.94 
7.19 
6.42 
5.69 


76 
76 
70 
47 
70 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


196 

44 
36 
22 

5 


2 
1 


2.91 
.95 
.90 
.70 
.24 


69 
143 


23 
2 

2 




.68 
.09 
.11 




6875 
1486 
1530 
1130 
390 


24 
11 

7 
8 

7 


35.18 
9.30 

10.26 
8.56 
3.98 


68 
118 

68 

93 

176 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


303 


3 


5.70 


53 


27 




.88 




11411 


57 


67.28 


85 


1-24 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actus 


il Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deati 


IS Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


161 


] 


.50 


620 




4 2.05 


668 




1 2.34 


482 




2 1.78 


1 


2 


105 


1 


.45 


429 




4 1.93 


474 




6 2.18 


346 


, 


1.66 


2 


3 


89 




.40 


366 




4 1.68 


416 




2 1.96 


300 


, 


1.47 


3 


4 


68 




.31 


293 




1 1.38 


334 




3 1.60 


248 




1 1.24^ 4 


5 


51 




.23 


243 




2 1.17 


288 




1.41 


211 




1 1.10 


5 


6 


42 




.20 


200 




.96 


240 




1 1.18 


182 




.96 


6 


7 


29 




.14 


164 




1 .80 


197 




2 .99 


162 




3 .87 


7 


8 


24 




.11 


141 




1 .69 


166 




2 .83 


139 


3| .76 


8 


9 


22 




.11 


123 




.60 


145 




.74 


119 




.68 


9 


10 


19 




.09 


110 




.54 


119 




.62 


108 




I .64 


10 


11 


16 




.08 


88 




.44 


100 




,53 


82 




I .51 


11 


12 


14 




.07 


79 




.40 


82 




.44 


73 




.48 


12 


13 


12 




.06 


69 




.35 


71 




1 .39 


65 




.46 


13 


14 


8 




.04 


54 




.28 


61 




1 .35 


58 




.44 


14 


15 


6 




.03 


43 




1 .23 


51 




.30 


51 




.41 


15 


16 


4 




.02 


32 




.17 


36 




.22 


39 




.33 


16 


17 


2 




.01 


27 




.15 


31 




.20 


34 




.31 


17 


18 


2 




.01 


19 




.11 


24 




.17 


29 




.28 


18 


19 


2 




.01 


17 




.10 


23 




.17 


22 




.23 


19 


20 


1 




.01 


12 




.07 


21 




.17 


16 




.18 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


11 




.07 


14 




.12 


8 




.10 


21 


22 


1 




.01 


7 




.05 


9 




.08 


4 




.05 


22 


23 








6 




.04 


5 




.05 


3 




.04 


23 


24 








5 




.04 


1 




.01 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


474 




2 1.89 


1951 




15 8.21 


2180 




12 9.49 


1587 


4 7.25 


1-5 


6-24 


205 




I 1.01 


1207 




3 6.09 


1396 




7 7.56 


1195 


8 7.75 


6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


324 




I 1.33 


202 




1 .95 


114 




1 .73 


45 


] 


.41 


1 


2 


241 




I 1.25 


147 




.94 


79 




.70 


32 




.40 


2 


3 


201 




L 1.09 


127 




1 .88 


67 




.64 


29 




.40 


3 


4 


167 




I .95 


109 




1 .82 


56 




1 .58 


22 




.33 


4 


5 


141 




> .83 


93 




1 .74 


44 




.50 


18 




.29 


5 


6 


115 


, 


.71 


76 




.65 


37 




1 .45 


16 




.28 


6 


7 


102 




I .67 


62 




.56 


31 




1 .41 


13 




.25 


7 


8 


87 




.61 


61 




1 .60 


27 




.39 


9 




.19 


8 


9 


75 




.56 


52 




1 .55 


25 




.39 


7 




.16 


9 


10 


66 




.53 


47 




.54 


23 




.38 


5 




.12 


10 


11 


58 




.49 


40 




.50 


21 




1 .38 


3 




.08 


11 


12 


47 




.43 


37 




.50 


20 




3 .39 






.03 


12 


13 


40 




> .39 


31 




.45 


14 




1 .30 






.03 


13 


14 


34 




! .36 


30 




1 .47 


11 




.26 






.04 


14 


15 


27 




.31 


26 




1 .44 


9 




.23 






.04 


15 


16 


22 




.28 


18 




2 .33 


7 




.20 






.04 


16 


17 


21 




.28 


13 




.26 


6 




.19 






.05 


17 


18 


18 




.26 


10 




.22 


6 




.21 






.05 


18 


19 


12 




.19 


6 




.14 


5 




.19 






.06 


19 


20 


7 




.12 


6 




1 .16 


4 




.17 








20 


21 


5 




.09 


2 




.06 


3 




.14 








21 


22 


4 




.08 


2 




.06 


2 




.10 








22 


23 


3 




.07 


2 




.07 


1 




.06 








23 


24 








2 




.08 


1 




.06 


. . 






24 


1—5 


1074 


e 


5.45 


678 




4 4.33 


360 




2 3.15 


146 


] 


1.83 


1-5 


6-24 


743 


7 


6.43 


523 




7 6.64 


253 




7 4.90 


61 




1.42 


6-24 



200 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 
16 

14 
10 
8 
7 
7 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 



71 

42 



Actual 
Deaths 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
183. SHOE MANUFAGTTTRF. OPP-p ATi^rpc, ^^^^. 

57^59 ' ■ 



Expected 
Deaths 



.28 

.25 
.26 
.20 
.18 
.17 
.18 
.12 
.13 
.11 
.12 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



1.17 
1.67 



Exposed 
to Risk 



14 

12 

10 

9 

6 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



51 
29 



Expected 
Deaths 



.22 
.24 

.24 
.24 
.17 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.19 
.15 
.17 
.12 
.07 



60-62 



1.11 
1.30 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 



Actual 
Deaths 



31 
14 



Expected 
Deaths 



.21 

.17 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.21 
.19 
.10 
.06 
.06 
.07 



.92 
.69 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at 


■ Entry 


15-29 




30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 


1449 


e 


> 4.89 


123 


806 


3 


3.11 


96 


316 


2 


1.68 


119 


1 


2 


1008 


11 


4.56 


241 


587 


1 


2.91 


34 


226 




1.64 




2 


3 


871 


e 


4.04 


149 


501 


1 


2.56 


39 


194 


1 


1.52 


66 


3 


4 


695 


4 


3.29 


122 


415 


2 


2.19 


91 


165 


2 


1.40 


143 


4 


5 


582 


2 


2.81 


71 


352 


3 


1.93 


155 


137 


1 


1.24 


81 


5 


1—5 


4605 


29 


19.59 


148 


2661 


10 


12.70 


79 


1038 


6 


7.48 


80 


1—5 


6—7 


872 


5 


4.27 


117 


561 


4 


3.21 


125 


206 


2 


2.07 


97 


6—7 


8-10 


869 


3 


4.33 


69 


594 


4 


3.7S 


106 


235 


2 


2.85 


70 


8-10 


11-15 


754 


3 


3.99 


75 


535 


7 


4.28 


164 


239 


7 


3.92 


179 


11-15 


16-24 


313 




2.07 




248 




2.91 




96 


3 


2.70 


111 


16-24 


1-24 


7413 


40 


34.25 


117 


4599 


25 


26.88 


93 


1814 


20 


19.02 


105 


1-24 


Ages at 


Entry 


5( 


(-59 






60 a 


ad over 






AU Ag( 


js at Entry 






Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Ratio 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


% 


Years 


1 


82 




.91 


110 


11 




.24 




2664 


12 


10.83 


111 


1 


2 


60 




.89 


112 


6 




.17 




1887 


13 


10.17 


128 


2 


3 


53 




.90 




5 




.16 




1624 


8 


9.18 


87 


3 


4 


41 




.77 




5 




.18 




1321 


8 


7.83 


102 


4 


5 


32 




.64 




5 




.20 




1108 


6 


6.82 


88 


5 


1—5 


268 


2 


4.11 


49 


32 




.95 




8604 


47 


44.83 


105 


1—5 


6—7 


51 




1.15 




9 


2 


.40 


500 


1699 


13 


11.10 


117 


6—7 


8-10 


44 


1 


1.35 


74 


4 




.22 


. , 


1746 


10 


12.53 


80 


8-10 


11-15 


27 


1 


1.24 


81 


1 




.07 




1556 


18 


13.50 


133 


11-15 


16-24 


10 




.65 






. . 






667 


3 


8.33 


36 


16-24 


1-24 


400 


4 


8.50 


47 


46 


2 


1.64 


122 


14272 


91 


90.29 


101 


1-24 



201 



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188. JOURNEYMEN STONE-CUTTERS 



Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


31 




.10 


208 


2 


.69 


224 


1 


.78 


213 


1 


.79 


1 


2 


20 




.09 


130 




.59 


158 


1 


.73 


168 


1 


.81 


2 


3 


17 




.08 


118 


1 


.54 


143 


1 


.67 


149 


, . 


.73 


3 


4 


17 




.08 


102 


1 


.48 


126 


3 


.60 


133 


1 


.67 


4 


5 


13 




.06 


87 




.42 


114 




.56 


121 


1 


.63 


5 


6 


9 




.04 


74 


1 


.36 


102 


2 


.50 


109 


1 


.58 


6 


7 


9 




.04 


68 




.33 


86 




.43 


93 


1 


.50 


7 


8 


9 




.04 


59 




.29 


71 




.36 


78 


2 


.43 


8 


9 


6 




.03 


47 




.23 


53 




.27 


66 


3 


.38 


9 


10 


6 




.03 


41 




.20 


49 




.25 


53 


, . 


.31 


10 


11 


6 




.03 


36 




.18 


44 




.23 


43 


2 


.27 


11 


12 


5 




.02 


31 




.16 


36 




.19 


38 




.25 


12 


13 


5 




.02 


27 




.14 


30 




.17 


32 


1 


.22 


13 


14 


2 




.01 


22 




.11 


24 




.14 


27 




.20 


14 


15 






.00 


16 




.08 


21 




.12 


21 




.17 


15 


16 






.01 


13 




.07 


12 




.07 


17 




.14 


16 


17 






.01 


10 




.06 


11 




.07 


16 


1 


.15 


17 


18 






.01 


6 




.03 


5 




.04 


12 




.12 


18 


19 






.01 


5 




.03 


2 




.02 


8 




.08 


19 


20 








4 




.02 


2 




.02 


7 




.08 


20 


21 








1 




.01 








1 




.01 


21 


22 








1 




.01 








1 




.01 


22 


23 


























23 


24 


























24 


1—5 


98 




.41 


645 


4 


2.72 


765 


6 


3.34 


784 


4 


3.63 


1—5 


6-24 


62 


1 


.30 


461 


2 


2.31 


548 


4 


2.88 


622 


11 


3.90 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


130 




5 .53 


80 




1 .38 


30 


1 


.19 


21 


.19 


1 


2 


101 




1 .53 


60 




2 .38 


19 


1 


.17 


15 1 


I .19 


2 


3 


95 




.51 


57 




2 .39 


18 




.17 


11 


.15 


3 


4 


82 




.47 


52 




1 .39 


16 


1 


.17 


8 


.12 


4 


5 


76 




2 .45 


47 




.38 


15 




.17 


7 


.11 


5 


6 


64 




3 .40 


39 




.33 


14 




.17 


4 


.07 


6 


7 


53 




.35 


32 




1 .29 


13 




.17 


4 


.08 


7 


8 


45 




.32 


26 




3 .25 


10 




.14 


3 


.06 


8 


9 


43 




2 .32 


19 




1 .20 


7 




.11 


3 


.07 


9 


10 


37 




2 .30 


16 




.18 


7 




.12 


2 ] 


I .05 


10 


11 


32 




1 .27 


14 




.18 


7 




.13 




.03 


11 


12 


28 




.25 


13 




3 .18 


7 




.14 




.03 


12 


13 


21 




1 .21 


9 




1 .13 


6 




.13 




.03 


13 


14 


18 




.19 


8 




1 .13 


6 




.14 




I .04 


14 


15 


16 




.18 


6 




1 .10 


4 




.10 






15 


16 


11 




.14 


5 




.09 


3 




.08 






16 


17 


8 




.11 


3 




.06 


3 




.09 






17 


18 


7 




.10 






.02 


1 




.03 






18 


19 


7 




.11 






.02 


1 




.04 






19 


20 


4 




.07 






.03 


1 




.04 






20 


21 


2 




.04 






.03 












21 


22 


2 




.04 






.03 












22 


23 


1 




.02 






.04 












23 


24 






. 






.04 






. . 






24 


1—5 


484 




8 2.49 


296 




6 1.92 


98 


3 


.87 


62 


I .76 


1-5 


6-24 


399 




9 3.42 


197 


] 


LI 2.33 


90 


2 


1.63 


20 : 


2 .46 


6-24 



202 



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Ages at Entry 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



10 
4 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.05 
.03 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.03 
.03 



188. JOURNEYME N 
57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



23 
19 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.10 
.12 
.11 
.09 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 



.52 
1.19 



STONE-CUTTERS 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 



.02 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 

.05 



.08 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 
6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


463 

308 
278 
245 
214 


3 

1 

2 
4 


1.57 
1.41 
1.29 
1.16 
1.04 


191 

71 
155 
345 


343 

269 
244 
215 
197 


6 

2 

1 

3 


1.32 
1.34 
1.24 
1.14 
1.08 


455 
149 

88 

278 


110 
79 

75 
68 
62 


2 
3 

2 
2 


.57 

.55 
.56 
.56 
.55 


351 
545 
357 
357 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1508 

348 

341 

306 

76 


10 
3 
2 
2 


6.47 
1.70 
1.70 
1.60 
.49 


155 
176 
118 
125 


1268 
319 
322 
276 
104 


12 
5 
9 
5 
1 


6.12 
1.83 
2.06 
2.21 
1.22 


196 
273 
437 
226 
82 


394 
98 
85 
80 

24 


9 
1 

4 
7 
1 


2.79 

.96 

1.00 

1.36 

.64 


323 
104 
400 
515 
156 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2579 


17 


11.96 


142 


2289 


32 


13.44 


238 


681 


22 


6.75 


326 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


31 
22 

18 
13 
11 


1 


.34 

.32 
.31 

.25 

.22 


313 


2 
1 




.05 
.05 




949 

679 
615 
541 
484 


11 

7 
4 
7 
3 


3.85 

3.67 
3.40 
3.11 
2.89 


286 
191 
118 
225 
104 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


95 

14 

14 

9 

6 

138 


1 

2 
1 

1 

5 


1.44 
.33 
.41 
.44 
.58 

3.20 


69 

488 
227 
172 
156 


3 
3 




.10 
.10 




3268 
779 
762 
671 
210 

5690 


32 

9 

17 

15 

3 
76 


16.92 
4.82 
5.17 
5.61 
2.93 

35.45 


189 
187 
329 
267 
102 
214 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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OFFICERS AND ENGINEERS IN COASTWISE TRADE, EXCLUDING THOSE 
TRAVELING TO THE TROPICS 



Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


5 




.( 


)2 39 






13 109 




3 .38 


127 




1 .47 


1 


2 


3 




.( 


)1 27 




. 


12 83 




.38 


89 




1 .43 


2 


3 


1 




.( 


)0 23 




. 


11 67 




I .31 


76 




.37 


3 


4 








18 




.( 


)8 56 


. 


.27 


70 




1 .35 


4 


5 








16 




.( 


)8 52 




I .25 


64 


. 


.33 


5 


6 








14 




L .( 


)7 43 




I .21 


54 


, 


.29 


6 


7 








9 




.( 


)4 35 




.18 


44 


, 


.24 


7 


8 








7 




.( 


)3 30 




.15 


38 




2 .21 


8 


9 








7 




.( 


)3 28 




.14 


35 




I .20 


9 


10 








6 




.( 


)3 26 




.14 


29 




.17 


10 


11 








6 




.( 


)3 24 




.13 


24 




.15 


11 


12 








5 


i» 


.( 


)3 22 




.12 


23 




.15 


12 


13 








5 




.( 


)3 19 




.10 


18 




.13 


13 


14 








4 




.( 


)2 17 




.10 


17 




.13 


14 


15 








3 




.( 


)2 13 




L .08 


14 




.11 


15 


16 








3 




.( 


)2 7 




.04 


10 




.09 


16 


17 








1 




.( 


)1 6 




.04 


6 




.05 


17 


18 








. . 






5 




.04 


5 




.05 


18 


19 
















2 




.02 


5 




.05 


19 


20 
















1 




.01 


3 




.03 


20 


21 
















1 




.01 


1 




.01 


21 


22 
















1 




.01 


1 




.01 


22 


23 
















1 




.01 


1 




.01 


23 


24 






















1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


c 


) 


.( 


)3 123 




L 


)2 367 




J 1.59 


426 


3 1.95 


1-5 


6-24 








70 




L .: 


56 281 


A 


I 1.53 


329 


3 2.10 


6-24 






Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 
ance 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


8S 


i 




56 77 




• <~ 


56 33 


] 


.21 


12 




.11 


1 


2 


7( 


) 


I .: 


56 64 




A 


1:1 26 




! .23 


10 




.13 


2 


3 


64 


t 




55 55 




■1. 


58 19 




.18 


9 




.12 


3 


4 


6( 


) : 




54 52 




• K. 


59 18 




.19 


9 




.14 


4 


5 


52 


) 




51 49 




.«. 


59 17 




.19 


8 




.13 


5 


6 


4; 


. 




?8 45 






58 13 




.16 


8 




.14 


6 


7 


4] 






27 37 






54 12 




.16 


8 




.15 


7 


8 


34 


\ : 




24 35 






54 11 




.16 


7 


] 


.14 


8 


9 


2i 


! 


.^ 


n 33 




,^_ 


55 9 




.14 


5 




.11 


9 


10 


2t 


) 


,A 


n 29 




■ L. 


53 9 




.15 


5 




.12 


10 


11 


2\ 




. 


L8 22 




,Z 


!8 8 




.14 


4 




.11 


11 


12 


IS 


I 


. 


17 19 




,J. 


!6 8 




.16 


4 




.12 


12 


13 


le 


) 


. 


16 13 






9 8 




.17 


4 


] 


.13 


13 


14 


\A 


t 


. 


L5 12 






9 7 




.16 


3 




.11 


14 


15 


\l 


. 


. 


L5 11 






9 7 




.18 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


c 


. 


.] 


11 6 






1 5 




.14 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


c 


. 


.( 


)7 5 






4 




.12 


1 




.05 


17 


18 


1 




.( 


)3 4 






)9 4 




.14 


1 




.05 


18 


19 






.( 


)3 3 






)7 3 




.11 


1 




.06 


19 


20 






.( 


)3 1 






)3 2 




.08 


1 




.06 


20 


21 


] 




.( 


)2 1 






)3 1 




.05 








21 


22 


1 




.( 


)2 1 






)3 












22 


23 














)4 












23 


24 














)4 




, . 


, . 




, , 


24 


1—5 


334 




5 1.: 


'2 297 


f 
i 


! l.S 


>3 113 


^ 


! 1.00 


48 




.63 


1-5 


6-24 


27S 


: 


i 2.: 


i3 279 


c 


3.: 


(9 111 




2.22 


57 


^ 


! 1.56 


6-24 



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190. STEAM VESSELS: OFFICERS AND ENGINEERS IN COASTWISE TRADE, EXCLUDING THOSE 

TRAVELING TO THE TROPICS 



Ages at Entry 54-56 | 


57-59 


60-62 1 


63 and over 


Insur- g 


xposed 


Actual Expected 


Exposed Actual Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


o Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


to Risk Deaths Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


9 




.11 




4 . . .06 






.02 


1 




.03 


1 


2 


9 




.14 




3 . . .06 






.03 


1 


. , 


.04 


2 


3 


5 






.09 




3 .07 






.03 


1 




.04 


3 


4 


5 






.10 




3 


.08 






.04 








4 


5 


5 






.11 




3 


.09 






.04 








5 


6 


4 


1 




.10 




2 


.06 






.04 








6 


7 


2 






.05 




1 


.04 














7 


8 


1 






.03 




1 


.04 














8 


9 


1 






.03 




1 


.04 














9 


10 1 






.04 




. . 
















10 


11 1 






.04 




















11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


12 1 






.04 




















13 


1 






.05 




















14 


1 






.05 




















15 




























16 


16 




























17 


17 




























18 


18 




























19 


19 




























20 


20 




























21 


21 




























22 


22 




























23 


23 




. 
























24 


24 






























1—5 


3: 


s 




.5! 


) 


16 


.36 




5 


.16 


3 


.11 


1—5 


1 


\ ■ 1 




.4: 


\ 


5 


.181 


1 


.04 




.1 


6-24 




SYNOPSIS 


40-49 


Ages at 

Insur- 
ance 


Entry 

Exposed 
to Risk 


15- 

Actual 
Deaths 


29 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected R 
Deaths 


atio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 

1 7'^ 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 

1 


1 

2 
3 

4 

e 


153 

113 

91 

74 

68 


4 
1 
1 


.53 
.51 
.42 

.35 
.33 


755 
238 
303 


215 
159 
140 
130 
116 


1 

2 
3 


.83 
.79 
.72 
.69 
.64 


120 
253 

435 


110 
90 

74 
7C 

6e 


1 

3 
) 1 


.57 
.64 
.56 
.58 
.58 


469 

172 
171 


2 
3 
4 
5 
1— .«> 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 

1 O/l 


499 
101 
104 
118 

28 


6 
2 

1 

9 


2.14 
.50 
.52 
.66 
.21 

4.03 


280 
400 

152 
223 


760 
184 
190 
179 
55 
1368 


6 
6 

12 


3.67 
1.08 
1.24 
1.48 
.63 
8.10 


484 
148 


41( 
10' 
12( 
11 
4 

80 


2 

1 


> 1.04 

1.47 

1.92 

5 1.18 

D 8.54 


192 6—7 

8-10 

.. 11-15 

254 16-24 

117 1-24 


1 z4 

Ages a 

Insur- 
ance 


t Entry 

Exposed 
to Risk 


5« 

Actual 
Deaths 


-59 

Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


60 a 

Actual 
Deaths 


nd over 

Expected Ratio 
Deaths % 


Exposed 
to Risk 


All A 

Actual 
Deaths 

5 

6 

4 
2 
)7 

TX 1 


Expected Ratio 
Deaths % 

6 2 26 26 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 

5 1 


1 

2 
3 
4 


25 

22 
17 
17 




.28 
.33 
.28 
.32 
.33 




2 
2 
2 
1 
1 






.05 
.07 
.07 
.04 
.04 
.27 
.04 

.31 




50 
38 
32 
29 
It 


5 2.34 

1 2.o; 

3 1.9 J 

2 1.9: 

7 10.5 


t 21 
) 4 
5 15 

I ic 

S 16 


4 2 
9 3 
2 4 
»4 5 
)1 1—5 


5 

1—5 
6-7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


It) 

97 
25 
22 
27 
t 
XT. 


i 
1 

] 


1.54 
M 
.hi 
Ti 
.31 
5 3.71 


185 
182 
13C 

. 
I 81 


8 
1 

) 


) 







Vt t 
4 
4^ 
4. 
1 

31 


[8 
12 
54 
31 
99 


5 3.2 
7 3.7 

2 4.8 

3 2.3 
34 24.6 


D i; 

8 IJ 
3 

3 1 

9 1 


,6 6-7 
55 8-10 
H 11-15 
29 16-24 
38 1-24 



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191. STEAM 


VESSELS: OFFICERS 


ON STEAMERS ON 


RIVERS, 


LAKES, SOUNDS AND HARBORS. 




EXCLUDING GREAT LAKES 












Ages at 


Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 




Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 




Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


12 




.04 


119 




.39 


262 


] 


L 


.92 


302 


1 


1.12 


1 


2 


9 




.04 


68 


] 


I .31 


184 


] 


L 


.85 


222 


, . 


1.07 


2 


3 


8 




.04 


57 




.26 


167 


^ 


) 


.78 


195 


. . 


.96 


3 


4 


6 




.03 


43 




.20 


145 


] 


L 


.70 


174 


1 


.87 


4 


5 


4 




.02 


36 


] 


I .17 


126 






.62 


157 


1 


.82 


5 


6 


3 




.01 


25 




.12 


116 






.57 


140 


, , 


.74 


6 


7 


2 




.01 


22 




.11 


93 






.47 


120 


, . 


.65 


7 


8 


1 




.OC 


20 




.10 


86 






.43 


106 


1 


.58 


8 


9 








19 




.09 


72 






.37 


89 


1 


.51 


9 


10 








16 




.08 


62 






.32 


71 


1 


.42 


10 


11 








13 




.07 


55 






.29 


57 




.35 


11 


12 








10 




.05 


47 






.25 


51 




.34 


12 


13 








10 




.05 


42 






.23 


39 




.27 


13 


14 








6 




.03 


35 






.20 


36 




.27 


14 


15 








3 




.02 


33 


] 




.19 


28 




.22 


15 


16 








1 




.01 


28 






.17 


16 




.14 


16 


17 








1 




.01 


20 






.13 


14 




.13 


17 


18 














14 






.10 


12 




.12 


18 


19 














11 






.08 


9 




.10 


19 


20 














9 






.07 


7 




.08 


20 


21 














3 






.03 


3 




.04 


21 


22 














3 






.03 


2 




.03 


22 


23 














2 






.02 






■ . 


23 


24 














1 






.01 








24 


1—5 


3S 


) 


.i: 


J 323 




2 1.33 


884 


c 


) 


3.87 


1050 


3 


4.84 


1—5 


6-24 


( 


) 


.o: 


I 146 




.74 


732 


] 


I 


3.96 


800 


4 


4.99 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 



35-39 



40-44 



45-49 



50-53 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



262 

201 

181 

151 

128 

116 

98 

83 

67 

58 

49 

43 

37 

31 

28 

22 

16 

16 

11 

9 

4 

1 

1 

1 

923 

691 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



1.07 
1.05 

.98 
.86 
.76 
.72 
.65 
.58 
.50 
.46 
.42 
.39 
.36 
.33 
.32 
.28 
.22 
.23 
.17 
.15 
.07 
.02 
.02 
.02 

4.72 

5.91 



210 

164 

149 

126 

105 

90 

83 

79 

70 

64 

45 

37 

32 

28 

24 

19 

17 

16 

9 

7 

1 

1 



754 
622 



Actual 
Deaths 



4 
10 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.99 
1.05 

1.03 
.95 
.84 
.77 
.76 
.77 
.74 
.74 
.56 
.50 
.47 
.44 
.41 
.35 
.34 
.35 
.22 
.18 
.03 
.03 



4.86 
7.66 



125 

97 

90 

82 

69 

62 

55 

45 

37 

31 

28 

23 

19 

18 

16 

13 

11 

5 

5 

5 

3 

2 



463 

378 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.80 

.85 
.86 
.85 
.78 
.76 
.73 
.64 
.57 
.52 
.51 
.45 
.41 
.42 
.41 
.37 
.34 
.17 
.19 
.21 
.14 
.10 



4.14 
6.94 



53 

40 

35 

34 

26 

22 

16 

15 

11 

10 

7 

6 

4 

4 

4 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



188 
110 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.48 
.50 
.48 
.51 
.42 
.39 
.30 
.31 
.25 
.25 
.19 
.18 
.13 
.15 
.16 
.13 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 



2.39 
2.91 



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Ages at Entry 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



27 

23 

22 

19 

17 

13 

11 

8 

7 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



108 

52 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.33 
.36 
.40 
.38 
.37 
.31 
.29 
.23 
.22 
.14 
.12 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 



1.84 
1.64 



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57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
16 
13 

12 
9 

8 
8 
7 
7 
5 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.32 
.33 
.31 
.32 
.26 
.26 
.28 
.27 
.30 
.24 
.15 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 



1.54 
2.00 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



30 

22 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.16 

.17 

.19 

.1 

.20 

.17 

.19 

.15 

.17 

.12 

.13 

.07 

.08 

.08 

.09 



.90 
1.25 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



27 

9 



Actual 

Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.22 
.28 
.28 
.21 
.12 
.13 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 



1.11 
.68 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


393 
261 
232 
194 
166 


1 

2 
2 
1 
1 


1.35 

1.20 

1.08 

.93 

.81 


74 
167 
185 
108 
123 


564 
423 

376 

325 
285 


3 
1 

4 
2 
1 


2.19 
2.12 
1.94 
1.73 
1.58 


137 

47 

206 

116 

63 


335 
261 
239 
208 
174 


1 

2 

5 


1.79 
1.90 

1.89 
1.80 
1.62 


56 

lii 

309 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1246 

261 

276 

254 

93 


7 

i 


5.37 
1.29 
1.39 
1.38 
.66 


130 

72 


1973 
474 
474 
399 
144 


11 

1 
5 
4 
2 


9.56 
2.76 
3.05 
3.27 
1.82 


115 
36 
164 
122 
110 


1217 
290 
326 
270 
114 


8 
2 
6 
3 
3 


9.00 
3.02 
3.98 
4.58 
3.02 


89 
66 
151 
66 
99 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2130 


8 


10.09 


79 


3464 


23 


20.46 


112 


2217 


22 


23.60 


93 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insiu-- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


100 
79 
70 
65 
52 


3 
1 

'4 
3 


1.13 
1.19 
1.19 

1.21 
1.05 


265 

84 

331 

286 


16 
13 

12 
9 

7 


1 

1 
1 

1 
1 


.38 

.45 
.47 
.39 

.32 


263 
222 
213 
256 
313 


1408 
1037 

929 
801 
684 


9 
5 
7 

10 
11 


6.84 

6.86 
6.57 
6.06 
5.38 


132 
73 
107 
165 
204 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

1 e 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


366 
78 
74 
43 
13 

574 


11 

1 
3 
1 
1 
17 


5.77 
1.83 
2.21 
1.78 
.73 
12.32 


191 
55 

136 
56 

137 

138 


57 

11 

11 

9 

88 


5 

5 


2.01 

.55 
.66 

.72 

3.94 


249 
127 


4859 
1114 
1161 
975 
364 
8473 


42 
4 

14 
9 
6 

75 


31.71 
9.45 

11.29 

11.73 
6.23 

70.41 


132 
42 

124 
77 
96 

107 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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Ages at Entry 


15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


^an«" Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years '"^'^^ 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 1 


Years 


1 9 




.03 


284 


1 


.94 


495 




4 1.73 


439 




2 1.62 


1 


2 6 




.03 


172 


1 


.77 


353 




2 1.62 


317 




4 1.52 


2 


3 5 




.02 


141 


1 


.65 


302 




1 1.42 


276 




4 1.35 


3 


4 5 




.02 


116 




.55 


265 




3 1.27 


245 




3 1.23 


4 


5 4 




.02 


95 




.46 


231 




2 1.13 


208 




1 1.08 


5 


6 4 




.02 


82 


1 


.39 


193 




.95 


179 




2 .95 


6 


7 4 




.02 


65 




.32 


165 




.83 


157 




1 .85 


7 


8 3 




.01 


57 




.28 


138 




.69 


143 




2 .79 


8 


9 1 




.00 


52 




.25 


124 




1 .63 


128 




1 .73 


9 


10 1 




.00 


45 




.22 


100 




1 .52 


109 




1 .64 


10 


11 






39 




.20 


83 




1 .44 


90 




3 .56 


11 


12 






28 




.14 


60 




1 .32 


71 




1 .47 


12 


13 






22 




.11 


45 




.25 


49 




1 .34 


13 


14 






11 




I .06 


28 




.16 


32 




.24 


14 


15 






4 




.02 


17 




.10 


13 




.10 


15 


16 






4 




.02 


7 




.04 


9 




.08 


16 


17 






3 




.02 


3 




.02 


7 




.06 


17 


18 






1 




.01 


2 




.01 


4 




.04 


18 


19 


















2 




.02 


19 


20 


















2 




.02 


20 


21 


















1 




.01 


21 


22 
























22 


23 
























23 


24 






















. 


24 


1—5 2< 


) 


.12 


808 




3 3.37 


1646 




12 7.17 


1485 




14 6.80 1—5 


6-24 L 


5 2 


.05 


413 




3 2.04 


965 




4 4.96 


996 




12 5.90 6-24 



Ages at 


Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 1 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


330 


2 


1.35 


196 


1 


.92 


86 


1 


.55 


44 




.4 


1 


2 


241 


1 


1.25 


150 


2 


.96 


65 


1 


.57 


40 




.5 


2 


3 


210 


2 


1.13 


136 


2 


.94 


60 


2 


.57 


35 




.4 


8 3 


4 


191 




1.09 


114 


4 


.86 


52 




.54 


28 




.4 


2 4 


5 


170 


3 


1.00 


102 


2 


.82 


45 


1 


.51 


24 




.3 


9 5 


6 


143 


1 


.89 


89 


2 


.76 


38 


1 


.46 


19 




.3 


3 6 


7 


117 


3 


.77 


79 




.72 


30 




.40 


17 




7 


2 7 


8 


96 


1 


.67 


66 


2 


.65 


26 




.37 


15 




1 


1 8 


9 


82 


, , 


.62 


57 


1 


.60 


22 




.34 


13 




.2 


9 9 


10 


67 


2 


.54 


45 


2 


.52 


17 




.28 


12 




-3 


10 


11 


53 


1 


.45 


35 




.44 


16 




.29 


9 




.7 


4 11 


12 


42 




.38 


29 


1 


.39 


15 




.29 


8 




.^ 


4 12 


13 


31 


1 


.30 


20 




.29 


13 




.28 


5 




.] 


7 13 


14 


20 


1 


.21 


17 


1 


.27 


10 




.23 


2 




.( 


)7 14 


15 


10 




.12 


9 




.15 


7 




.18 


2 




.( 


)8 15 


16 


8 






.10 


6 




.11 


4 




.11 


1 




.( 


)4 16 


17 


5 






.07 


6 




.12 


3 




.09 


1 




.( 


)5 17 


18 


5 






.07 


3 




.07 


2 




.07 








18 


19 


3 






.05 


2 




.05 














19 


20 


3 






.05 


2 




.05 














20 


21 










1 




.03 














21 


22 










1 




.03 














22 


23 










1 




.04 














23 


24 




























24 


1—5 


1142 


8 


5.82 


698 


11 


4.50 


308 


5 


2.74 


171 




L 2. 


19 1—5 


6-24 


685 


10 


5.29 


468 


9 


5.29 


203 


3 


3.39 


104 




5 2.' 


141 6-24 



208 



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Ages at Entry 



54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



19 
16 
14 
12 
10 

8 
7 
7 
4 
4 
2 
1 



71 
33 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.23 
.25 

.26 
.24 
.22 
.19 
.18 
.20 
.13 
.14 
.08 
.04 



1.20 
.96 



Exposed 
to Risk 



30 
22 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
OFFICERS A ND ENGINEERS ON OCEAN STEAMERS 

63 and over 



57-59 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 

.14 
.17 
.13 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.13 
.14 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 



60-62 



.67 
.94 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



02 

03 
,03 
04 
.04 
04 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.16 

.04 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 



.03 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insiu-- 
ance 
Yeais 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


788 
531 

448 
386 
330 


5 
3 
2 
3 

2 


2.70 
2.42 
2.09 
1.84 
1.61 


185 
124 
96 
163 
124 


769 

558 
486 
436 
378 


4 
5 
6 

3 
4 


2.97 

2.77 
2.48 
2.32 
2.08 


135 
181 
242 
12S 
192 


282 

215 
196 
166 
147 


2 

3 
4 
4 
3 


1.47 

1.53 
1.51 
1.40 
1.33 


136 
196 
265 
286 
226 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2483 

513 

521 

337 

20 


15 

1 
4 
4 


10.66 

2.53 

2.60 

1.80 

.12 


141 

40 

154 

222 


2627 

596 

625 

411 

49 


22 
7 
7 
8 


12.62 
3.46 
3.99 
3.17 

.57 


174 
202 
175 

252 


1006 

236 

233 

171 

31 


16 
3 
6 

3 


7.24 
2.34 
2.76 
2.81 

.77 


221 
128 
217 
107 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3874 


24 


17.71 


136 


4308 


44 


23.81 


185 


1677 


28 


15.92 


176 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


70 
63 

56 
45 
38 


1 

1 

1 


.74 
.89 
.91 
.79 

.73 


112 
110 

137 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 




.05 
.03 
.03 
.04 
.04 




1911 

1368 

1187 

1034 

894 


11 
12 

13 
10 
10 


7.93 
7.64 
7.02 
6.39 
5.79 


139 
157 
185 
156 
173 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


272 

59 

65 

33 

2 


3 

1 
3 


4.06 
1.29 
1.80 
1.16 
.09 


74 

78 

167 


6 

1 




.19 
.04 




6394 

1405 

1444 

952 

102 


56 
12 
20 
15 


34.77 
9.66 

11.15 
8.94 
1.55 


161 
124 
179 
168 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


431 


7 


8.40 


83 


7 




.23 




10297 


103 


66.07 


156 


1-24 



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193. JOURNEYMEN TAILORS 










Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 




30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


180 




.56 


1263 


2 


4.17 


1463 


5 


5.12 


1256 




1 4.65 


1 


2 


118 




.51 


795 


2 


3.58 


967 


4 


4.45 


842 




2 4.04 


2 


3 


91 




.41 


697 


1 


3.21 


842 


9 


3.96 


731 




3.58 


3 


4 


75 




.35 


588 


2 


2.76 


729 


3 


3.50 


636 




4 3.18 


4 


5 


61 


3 


.28 


498 


3 


2.39 


636 


1 


3.12 


543 




3 2.82 


5 


6 


46 




.22 


409 


3 


1.96 


551 


4 


2.70 


461 




2 2.44 


6 


7 


41 




.19 


354 




1.73 


472 


4 


2.36 


395 




3 2.13 


7 


8 


33 




.16 


298 


2 


1.46 


416 


2 


2.08 


322 




1 1.77 


8 


9 


29 




.14 


259 


1 


1.27 


354 


1 


1.81 


273 




1 1.56 


9 


10 


24 




.12 


220 


2 


1.08 


302 


1 


1.57 


235 




2 1.39 


10 


11 


16 




.08 


185 


1 


.93 


251 


1 


1.33 


187 




1 1.16 


11 


12 


16 




.08 


161 


3 


.81 


219 


1 


1.18 


158 




1.04 


12 


13 


13 




.06 


135 




.69 


188 


1 


1.03 


138 




.97 


13 


14 


11 




.05 


122 




.63 


165 


1 


.94 


122 




1 .92 


14 


15 


7 




.03 


102 




.54 


143 


3 


.84 


106 




2 .85 


15 


16 


5 




.03 


80 




.43 


114 


1 


.71 


77 




,65 


16 


17 


5 




.03 


67 




.37 


94 




.62 


63 




.57 


17 


18 


4 




.02 


61 




.34 


71 




.50 


52 




.51 


18 


19 


3 




.02 


53 




.31 


54 




.41 


40 




.42 


19 


20 


2 




.01 


40 




.24 


43 


1 


.34 


31 




.36 


20 


21 


1 




.01 


26 




.17 


17 




.14 


18 




.23 


21 


22 


1 




.01 


16 


1 


.11 


15 




.14 


10 




.14 


22 


23 








9 


1 


.07 


12 




.12 


3 




.04 


23 


24 








3 




.02 


6 




.06 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


525 


3 


2.11 


3841 


10 


16.11 


4637 


22 


20.15 


4008 


] 


LO 18.27 


1—5 


6-24 


257 




1.26 


2600 


15 


13.16 


3487 


21 


18.88 


2692 


13 17.17 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


822 


3 


3.37 


468 


2 


2.20 


231 


2 


1.48 


100 


2 


.91 


1 


2 


545 


4 


2.83 


323 


3 


2.07 


158 


1 


1.39 


75 


1 


.94 


2 


3 


481 


1 


2.60 


276 


7 


1.90 


138 


2 


1.31 


60 


1 


.83 


3 


4 


419 


4 


2.39 


223 




1.67 


113 


3 


1.18 


46 




.69 


4 


5 


358 


2 


2.11 


182 


2 


1.46 


87 




.98 


38 




.62 


5 


6 


308 


2 


1.91 


148 


1 


1.26 


76 




.93 


35 




.61 


6 


7 


273 


2 


1.80 


120 


1 


1.09 


66 


i 


.87 


30 




.57 


7 


8 


226 


. . 


1.58 


94 




.92 


60 


1 


.86 


24 


2 


.49 


8 


9 


192 


1 


1.44 


79 




.84 


51 




.79 


17 


1 


.38 


9 


10 


169 


3 


1.35 


75 




.86 


46 




.77 


13 




.32 


10 


11 


128 


, , 


1.09 


60 


2 


.75 


40 




.72 


9 




.24 


11 


12 


105 


. . 


.96 


49 




.66 


35 




.69 


8 




.24 


12 


13 


91 


3 


.89 


40 




.58 


31 




.66 


7 




.23 


13 


14 


79 


1 


.84 


33 




.52 


26 


1 


.61 


3 




.11 


14 


15 


64 


4 


.74 


28 




.48 


21 




.54 


3 




.12 


15 


16 


47 


. . 


.59 


17 


2 


.31 


14 




.40 


2 




.09 


16 


17 


33 


. . 


.45 


12 




.24 


9 




.28 


1 




.05 


17 


18 


28 


1 


.41 


9 




.20 


7 




.24 


1 




.05 


18 


19 


23 


, . 


.36 


7 




.17 


6 


1 


.23 


1 




.06 


19 


20 


18 




.31 


3 




.08 


3 


1 


.13 








20 


21 


7 




.13 


2 




.06 


2 




.09 








21 


22 


4 


, . 


.08 


2 




.06 


1 




.05 








22 


23 


2 




.04 


1 




.04 














23 


24 


1 




.02 












. . 








24 


1—5 


2625 


14 


13.30 


1472 


14 


9.30 


727 


8 


6.34 


319 


4 


3.99 


1—5 


6-24 


1798 


17 


14.99 


779 


8 


9.12 


494 


5 


8.86 


154 


4 


3.56 


6-24 



210 



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Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 I 



Exposed 
to Risk 



44 
35 
31 

29 

22 

20 

16 

13 

9 

8 

7 

3 

3 

3 

3 



161 

85 



54-56 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.54 
.55 

.57 
.58 
.48 
.48 
.42 
.38 
.29 
.28 
.27 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.17 



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193. JOURNEYMEN TATT ORg 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.72 

2.71 



34 

26 

23 

21 

16 

14 

11 

10 

10 

8 

6 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



120 

75 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.54 
.53 

.55 
.55 
.47 
.45 
.39 
.39 
.43 
.38 
.31 
.23 
.19 
.13 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.09 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



2.64 

3.46 



22 

17 

15 

12 

11 

7 

5 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Actual 
Deaths 



77 
22 



Expected 
Deaths 



.45 
.47 
.48 

.42 
.43 
.30 
.24 
.10 
.11 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



2.25 
1.20 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 
13 
12 
10 
9 

6 
4 
4 
2 
2 
1 
1 



57 
20 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.36 

.52 
.58 
.52 
.49 
.37 
.28 
.30 
.16 
.18 
.08 
.09 



2.47 
1.46 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 















SYNOPSIS 














Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


2906 

1880 
1630 
1392 
1195 


7 

6 

10 

5 
7 


9.85 
8.54 
7.58 
6.61 
5.79 


71 
70 

132 
76 

121 


2078 

1387 

1212 

1055 

901 


4 

6 
1 

8 

5 


8.02 

6.87 
6.18 
5.57 
4.93 


50 

87 

16 

144 

101 


699 

481 
414 
336 
269 


4 
4 

9 
3 

2 


3.68 
3.46 

3.21 
2.85 
2.44 


109 
116 
280 
105 
82 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

&-10 

11-15 

16-24 


9003 
1873 
1935 
1734 
802 


35 
11 

9 
11 

5 


38.37 
9.16 
9.69 
9.22 
5.23 


91 
120 

93 
119 

96 


6633 
1437 
1417 
1178 

458 


24 
9 
8 

12 
1 


31.57 
8.28 
9.09 
9.46 
5.33 


76 
109 

88 
127 

19 


2199 

410 

405 

363 

95 


22 
3 
2 
4 
4 


15.64 
4.15 
5.04 
6.21 

2.58 


141 
72 
40 
64 

155 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


15347 


71 


71.67 


99 


11123 


54 63.73 


85 


3472 


35 


33.62 


104 1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


178 
136 
114 

96 

76 


2 
2 
2 
2 
3 


1.99 
2.02 
1.95 
1.82 
1.57 


101 
99 
103 
110 
191 


35 
30 

27 
22 
20 


1 

3 

2 


.81 
.99 
1.06 
.94 
.92 


101 

283 
213 


5896 

3914 
3397 
2901 
2461 


17 
19 

25 
20 
17 


24.35 
21.88 
19.98 
17.79 
15.65 


70 

87 

125 

112 

109 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


600 

126 

112 

66 

10 


11 
2 
4 
4 

1 


9.35 
2.92 
3.34 
2.80 
.67 


118 
68 
120 
143 
149 


134 
22 
13 

7 


6 
4 
1 


4.72 

1.19 

.91 

.56 


127 
336 
110 


18569 
3868 
3882 
3348 
1365 


98 
29 
24 
31 
11 


99.65 
25.70 
28.07 
28.25 
13.81 


98 
113 

86 
110 

80 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


914 


22 


19.08 


115 


176 


11 


7.38 


149 


31032 


193 


195.48 


99 


1-24 



211 



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Ages at Entry 15-19 | 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 




Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 

Years 


1 


23 




.07 


131 


1 


.43 


138 


^ 


! .48 


118 




.44 1 


2 


19 




.08 


81 




.36 


97 




.45 


82 


1 


.39 2 


3 


15 




.07 


67 




.31 


88 




.41 


72 


2 


.35 3 


4 


13 




.06 


59 




.28 


79 




.38 


66 




.33 4 


5 


11 




.05 


56 




.27 


73 




.36 


59 




.31 5 


6 


9 




.04 


50 




.24 


65 




.32 


58 




.31 6 


7 


9 




.04 


43 




.21 


59 




.30 


54 




.29 7 


8 


8 




.04 


37 




.18 


52 




.26 


50 




.28 8 


9 


7 




.03 


31 




.15 


47 




.24 


48 




.27 9 


10 


6 




.03 


26 




.13 


43 




.22 


46 




.27 10 


11 


4 




.02 


22 




.11 


39 




.21 


42 




.26 11 


12 


4 




.02 


18 




.09 


34 




.18 


36 




.24 12 


13 


4 




.02 


16 




.08 


32 




.18 


35 


1 


.25 13 


14 


1 




.00 


16 




.08 


29 




.17 


31 




.23 14 


15 


1 




.00 


12 




.06 


22 




.13 


29 




.23 15 


16 


1 




.01 


11 




.06 


18 




.11 


22 




.19 16 


17 


1 




.01 


9 




.05 


15 




.10 


17 




.15 17 


18 


1 




.01 


9 




.05 


13 




.09 


13 




.13 18 


19 


1 




.01 


8 




.05 


12 




.09 


12 




.13 19 


20 


1 




.01 


7 




.04 


11 




.09 


8 




.09 20 


21 








2 




.01 


7 




.06 


5 




.06 21 


22 








2 




.01 


3 




.03 


3 




.04 22 


23 








2 




.01 


3 




.03 


2 




.03 23 


24 








1 




.01 


2 




.02 








24 


1—5 


81 




.33 


394 




I 1.65 


475 


^ 


> 2.08 


397 


3 


1.82 1—5 


6-24 


58 




.29 


322I 


1.62 


506 


] 


2.83 


511 


1 


3.45 6-24 


Ages at 


Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


113 




.46 


89 




.42 


48 




.31 


26 




.2 


4 1 


2 


91 




.47 


68 




.44 


33 




.29 


21 




.2 


6 2 


3 


86 




.46 


63 




.43 


32 




.30 


19 




.2 


6 3 


4 


77 




2 .44 


56 




.42 


29 


] 


L .30 


17 




.2 


6 4 


5 


66 




.39 


54 




.43 


27 




I .31 


. 15 




.2 


4 5 


6 


63 




.39 


50 




.43 


23 




L .28 


13 




.2 


3 6 


7 


54 




.36 


43 




.39 


19 




.25 


13 




.2 


5 7 


8 


50 




1 .35 


39 




.38 


18 




.26 


13 




.2 


>7 8 


9 


44 




.33 


39 




.41 


17 




5 .26 


9 




.2 


'0 9 


10 


42 




.34 


34 




.39 


14 




.23 


8 




.^ 


!0 10 


11 


38 




.32 


31 




1 .39 


10 




.18 


7 




.] 


9 11 


12 


33 




.30 


26 




.35 


10 




.20 


7 




.£ 


!1 12 


13 


32 




.31 


25 




.37 


10 




.21 


5 






7 13 


14 


28 




.30 


23 




.36 


8 




.19 


5 


2 




18 14 


15 


25 




3 .29 


20 




.34 


7 




.18 


2 






)8 15 


16 


18 




.23 


14 




1 .26 


6 




.17 


1 






)4 16 


17 


15 




.20 


10 




.20 


5 




2 .16 


1 






)5 17 


18 


13 




.19 


9 




.20 


2 




.07 








18 


19 


13 




.21 


8 




1 .19 


2 




.08 








19 


20 


13 




.22 


5 




.13 


2 




.08 








20 


21 


7 




.13 


5 




.15 


1 




.05 








21 


22 


5 




.10 


4 




.13 














22 


23 


4 




.09 


1 




.04 














23 


24 


2 




.05 




















24 


1—5 


433 




2 2.22 


330 




2.14 


169 




2 1.51 


98 




1.: 


16 1—5 


6-24 


499 




i 4.71 


386 




3 5.11 


154 




5 2.85 


84 


5 


2.( 


)7 6-24 



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54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.02 

.02 



.04 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
194. JOURNEYMEN TANNERS 



Exposed 
to Risk 



25 
31 



57-59 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.11 

.10 
.12 
.11 
.12 
.10 
. .11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 

.56 

2.01 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.03 
.04 

.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 



.21 
1.56 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.06 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



.21 

.51 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


292 
197 

170 
151 
140 


3 


.98 
.89 
.79 
.72 
.68 


306 


231 

173 
158 
143 
125 


1 

2 
2 


.90 
.86 
.81 

.77 
.70 


116 

247 
260 


137 

101 

95 

85 
81 


1 
1 


.73 

.73 
.73 

.72 
.74 


139 
135 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


950 
235 
257 
254 
140 


3 
1 


4.06 
1.15 
1.28 
1.35 
.96 


74 
104 


830 
229 
280 
329 

172 


5 

1 

4 


4.04 
1.35 
1.84 
2.73 
2.24 


124 

54 
147 


499 
135 
161 
170 

74 


2 
1 
3 

1 
4 


3.65 
1.35 
1.93 
2.77 
1.91 


55 
74 

155 
36 

209 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


1836 


4 


8.80 


45 


1840 


10 


12.20 


82 


1039 


11 


11.61 


95 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


35 

27 
24 
21 
19 


1 


.37 

.38 
.38 
.37 
.36 


270 


3 

3 
2 
2 
2 


1 


.07 
.10 
.07 
.09 
.09 


1000 


698 
501 
449 
402 
367 


t 

2 
3 
1 


3.05 
2.96 

2.78 
2.67 
2.57 


131 
68 
72 

112 
39 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


126 
32 
39 
33 
11 

241 


1 
1 

4 

1 
7 


1.86 
.69 
1.06 
1.24 
1.09 
5.94 


54 

94 
323 

92 
118 


12 
4 
6 
7 
7 

36 


1 
1 

2 


.42 
.21 
.39 
.56 
.91 
2.49 


238 

179 

80 


2417 
635 
743 
793 
404 

4992 


12 

1 
5 

10 
6 

34 


14.03 
4.75 
6.50 
8.65 
7.11 

41.04 


86 

21 

77 

116 

84 

83 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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196. UNDERTAKERS AND E] 


MBALMERS: 


PROPRIETORS 








Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual Expected 


Insur- 


ance 
Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths Deaths 


ance 
Years 


1 


25 




.08 


289 




.95 


533 


1 


1.87 


542 




1 2.01 


1 


2 


15 




.06 


186 




1 .84 


372 


1 


1.71 


385 




4 1.85 


2 


3 


14 




.06 


160 




.74 


307 


4 


1.44 


324 




2 1.59 


3 


4 


11 




.05 


139 




.65 


256 


1 


1.23 


282 




3 1.41 


4 


5 


10 




.05 


116 




1 .56 


229 


1 


1.12 


235 




1 1.22 


5 


6 


7 




.03 


99 




1 .48 


198 


2 


.97 


197 




2 1.04 


6 


7 


6 




.03 


79 




.39 


166 




.83 


176 




2 .95 


7 


S 


6 




.03 


64 




1 .31 


143 




.72 


154 




1 .85 


"8 


9 


4 




.02 


49 




1 .24 


122 


2 


.62 


133 




.76 


9 


10 


4 




.02 


39 




1 .19 


105 




.55 


118 




1 .70 


10 


11 


4 




.02 


34 




.17 


88 


• • 


.47 


96 




2 .60 


11 


12 


4 




.02 


29 




.15 


76 




.41 


81 




.53 


12 


13 


3 




.01 


24 




.12 


67 




.37 


72 




1 .50 


13 


14 


3 




.01 


19 




.10 


60 




.34 


64 




.48 


14 


15 


2 




.01 


14 




.07 


44 




.26 


56 




.45 


15 


16 


2 




.01 


13 




.07 


36 




.22 


43 




.37 


16 


17 


1 




.01 


9 




.05 


32 




.21 


37 




.34 


17 


18 








9 




.05 


28 




.20 


24 




.24 


18 


19 










8 




.05 


23 




.17 


20 




.21 


19 


20 










6 




.04 


18 




.14 


15 




.17 


20 


21 










5 




.03 


12 




.10 


5 




.06 


21 


22 










3 




.02 


8 




.07 


5 




.07 


22 


23 










2 




.01 


5 




.05 


4 




.06 


23 


24 










2 




.02 


4 




.04 


1 




.02 


24 


1—5 


75 




.30 


890 




2 3.74 


1697 


8 


7.37 


1768 


] 


LI 8.08 


1—5 


6-24 


46 




.22 


507 




4 2.56 


1235 


7 


6.74 


1301 




9 8.40 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 


35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insuf- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


482 


2 


1.98 


382 


1 


1.80 


260 


2 


1.66 


140 


1 


1.27 


1 


2 


357 


3 


1.86 


275 


1 


1.76 


201 




1.77 


102 


1 


1.28 


2 


3 


316 


2 


1.71 


241 


1 


1.66 


171 




1.62 


93 


1 


1.28 


3 


4 


281 


1 


1.60 


216 


2 


1.62 


145 




1.51 


81 




1.22 


4 


5 


241 


3 


1.42 


176 


1 


1.41 


119 




1.34 


68 




1.11 


5 


6 


195 




1.21 


152 


2 


1.29 


97 




1.18 


60 




1.05 


6 


7 


173 




1.14 


136 


1 


1.24 


85 




1.12 


54 




1.03 


7 


8 


147 




1.03 


118 


1 


1.16 


75 




1.07 


50 


2 


1.03 


8 


9 


137 




1.03 


101 




1.07 


63 




.97 


42 


3 


.95 


9 


10 


122 




.98 


87 




1.00 


57 




.95 


34 


1 


.84 


10 


11 


95 




.81 


73 


2 


.91 


50 




.91 


25 




.68 


11 


12 


85 




.77 


60 


1 


.81 


36 




.71 


16 




.48 


12 


13 


70 




.69 


49 




.72 


22 




.47 


14 




.46 


13 


14 


65 




.69 


43 




.68 


20 




.47 


12 




.44 


14 


15 


58 




.67 


33 




.56 


13 




.33 


11 




.44 


15 


16 


41 




.51 


26 




.48 


10 




.28 


8 




.35 


16 


17 


39 




.53 


19 




.38 


7 




.22 


5 




.24 


17 


18 


30 




.44 


17 




.37 


4 




.14 


3 




.16 


18 


19 


25 




.40 


15 


1 


.36 


4 




.15 


2 




.12 


19 


20 


19 




.32 


11 




.29 


4 




.17 


2 




.13 


20 


21 


7 




.13 


3 




.09 


3 




.14 


2 


1 


.14 


21 


22 


6 




.12 


3 




.10 


3 




.15 


1 




.07 


22 


23 


5 




.11 


1 




.04 


3 




.17 


1 




.08 


23 


24 


3 




.07 








1 




.06 








24 


1—5 


1677 


11 


8.57 


1290 


6 


8.25 


896 




7.90 


484 


3 


6.16 


1—5 


6-24 


1322 


8 


11.65 


947 


8 


11.55 


557 


14 


9.66 


342 


7 


8.69 


6-24 



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196. 



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TABLE IV (Continued) 
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS: 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



72 
54 

46 

39 

35 

29 

27 

24 

23 

19 

14 

13 

11 

9 

6 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

246 

195 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.88 

.85 
.84 
.78 
.77 
.70 
.71 
.70 
.74 
.67 
.55 
.56 
.52 
.46 
.34 
.25 
.20 
.22 
.23 
.25 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.12 

4.12 

7.52 



Exposed 
to Risk 



36 

31 

29 

24 

20 

17 

16 

14 

12 

10 

7 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 



140 

88 



57-59 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.58 

.63 
.70 
.63 
.58 
.55 
.57 
.55 
.51 
.47 
.36 
.23 
.19 
.07 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



3.12 
3.82 



PROPRIETORS 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



22 

19 

17 

13 

12 

11 

11 

8 

5 

5 

4 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



83 
53 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.45 
.52 
.55 

.46 
.47 
.47 
.52 
.41 
.28 
.31 
.27 
.14 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.10 



2.45 
3.01 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



16 
12 
11 

9 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



53 
29 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.44 

.49 
.53 
.47 
.30 
.25 
.28 
.21 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.30 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.19 



2.23 
2.75 



Insur- 
ance 

Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 

6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insiu-- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 


847 
573 

481 
406 
355 


1 

2 
4 

1 
2 


2.90 
2.61 
2.24 
1.93 
1.73 


34 
77 

179 
52 

116 


1024 

742 
640 
563 
476 


3 

7 
4 
4 
4 


3.99 

3.71 
3.30 
3.01 
2.64 


75 
189 
121 
133 
152 


642 

476 
412 
361 
295 


3 

2 
2 
4 
2 


3.46 

3.53 
3.28 
3.13 
2.75 


87 
57 
61 
128 
73 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2662 
555 
536 
471 
226 


10 
3 
5 
1 
2 


11.41 
2.73 
2.70 
2.53 
1.56 


88 
110 

185 
40 

128 


3445 
741 
811 
742 
329 


22 
6 
4 
6 
1 


16.65 
4.34 
5.35 
6.19 
4.17 


132 
138 

75 
97 
24 


2186 
470 
501 
399 
134 


13 
6 
4 
8 
4 


16.15 
4.83 
6.22 
6.57 
3.59 


80 
124 

64 
122 
111 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


4450 


21 


20.93 


100 


6068 


39 


36.70 


106 


3690 


35 


37.36 


94 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 
% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


248 
187 

168 
144 
123 


2 
2 
3 
1 


2.73 

2.76 
2.82 
2.63 
2.46 


73 

72 

106 

38 


38 
31 
28 
22 
17 


1 
1 
2 
1 


.89 
1.01 
1.08 

.93 

.77 


99 

93 

215 

130 


2799 
2009 
1729 
1496 
1266 


9 
14 
14 
12 

9 


13.97 

13.62 
12.72 
11.63 
10.35 


64 
103 
110 
103 

87 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


870 
203 
228 
147 
47 
1495 


8 
4 
8 
3 
2 
25 


13.40 
4.61 
6.46 
5.85 
3.11 

33.43 


60 
87 
124 
51 
64 

75 


136 

30 

27 

21 

4 

218 


5 
3 
1 
3 

12 


4.68 
1.52 
1.70 
1.92 
.62 
10.44 


107 

197 

59 

156 

115 


9299 
1999 
2103 
1780 
740 
15921 


58 
22 
22 
21 
9 
132 


62.29 
18.03 
22.43 
23.06 
13.05 
138.86 


93 
122 
98 
91 
69 
95 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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198. VETERINARY SURGEONS 



Ages at Entry 



15-19 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 



20-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



132 
89 

70 
56 
47 
42 
36 
29 
26 
26 
23 
20 
18 
16 
15 
12 
12 
10 
8 
5 
4 
1 



394 
303 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.44 
.40 

.32 
.26 
.23 
.20 
.18 
.14 
.13 
.13 
.12 
.10 
.09 
.08 
.08 
.06 
.07 
.06 
.05 
.03 
.03 
.01 



1.65 



25-29 



Exposed 
to Risk 



286 

197 

166 

142 

126 

114 

98 

89 

79 

71 

62 

57 

47 

41 

30 

23 

16 

14 

12 

9 

4 

2 

1 

917 



1.56 769 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



1.00 
.91 
.78 

.68 
.62 
.56 
.49 
.45 
.40 
.37 
.33 
.31 
.26 
.23 
.18 
.14 
.11 
.10 
.09 
.07 
.03 
.02 
.01 

3.99 
4.15 



30-34 



Exposed 
to Risk 



301 
225 

203 

179 

159 

145 

128 

108 

95 

82 

71 

59 

47 

41 

35 

29 

26 

22 

15 

10 

4 

2 

1 

1067 
920 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



3. 



1.11 
1.08 
.99 
.90 
.83 
.77 
.69 
.59 
.54 
.48 
.44 
.39 
.33 
.31 
.28 
.25 
.24 
.22 
.16 
.12 
.05 
.03 
.01 

4.91 
5.90 



Ages at Entry 35-: 


59 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


ActuE 


1 Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deatt 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


225 




.92 


138 


1 


.65 


74 




.47 


33 




.30 


1 


2 


185 


1 


.96 


99 


1 


.63 


51 




1 .45 


16 




.20 


2 


3 


161 


1 


.87 


89 


1 


.61 


45 




.43 


12 




.17 


3 


4 


136 


1 


.78 


76 


1 


.57 


36 




.37 


12 




.18 


4 


5 


115 




.68 


65 




.52 


32 




.36 


10 




I .16 


5 


6 


94 


1 


.58 


58 




.49 


29 




.35 


8 




.14 


6 


7 


81 




.53 


46 




.42 


25 




.33 


6 




.11 


7 


8 


73 




.51 


35 




.34 


23 




.33 


6 




.12 


8 


9 


61 




.46 


32 


1 


.34 


18 




1 .28 


6 




.14 


9 


10 


51 




.41 


26 




.30 


15 




.25 


5 




.12 


10 


11 


38 




.32 


21 




.26 


14 




1 .25 


5 




.14 


11 


12 


28 




.25 


19 




.26 


10 




1 .20 


5 




.15 


12 


13 


25 


1 


.25 


14 




.20 


8 




1 .17 


4 




I .13 


13 


14 


23 




.24 


13 




.21 


7 




.16 


2 




.07 


14 


15 


20 


1 


.23 


11 




.19 


6 




2 .15 








15 


16 


17 




.21 


6 




.11 


4 




.11 








16 


17 


16 




.22 


4 




.08 


4 




.12 








17 


18 


13 




.19 


3 


2 


.07 


3 




.10 








18 


19 


9 


1 


.14 


1 




.02 


3 




.11 








19 


20 


6 


1 


.10 


1 




.03 


2 




.08 








20 


21 














1 




.05 








21 


22 


























22 


23 


























23 


24 
























. . 


24 


1—5 


822 


3 


4.21 


467 


4 


2.98 


238 




1 2.08 


83 


] 


I 1.01 


1—5 


6-24 


555 


5 


4.64 


290 


3 


3.32 


172 




6 3.04 


47 


] 


[ 1.12 


6-24 



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54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 
9 
8 

6 
4 
3 

2 



40 
6 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.16 
.14 
.15 

.12 
.09 
.07 
.05 
.03 



.66 
.15 



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198. VETERINARY SURGEONS 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



20 
2 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.08 
.10 
.10 
.08 
.09 
.03 
.04 



.45 
.07 



Exposed 
to Risk 



60-62 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.04 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.21 
.14 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

1—5 
6-24 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


419 

287 
237 
199 
173 


1 
1 
1 

1 


1.44 
1.31 

1.10 
.94 

.85 


69 

76 

91 

106 


526 
410 
364 
315 
274 


] 
] 


2.03 

! 2.04 

! 1.86 

1.68 

1.51 


98 

108 

6C 

6e 


212 
150 

134 

112 

97 


1 

2 
1 
1 


1.12 

1.08 

1.04 

.94 

.88 


89 
185 

96 
106 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1315 
290 
320 
329 
133 


4 

1 


5.64 
1.43 
1.62 
1.78 
.88 


71 
56 


1889 
448 
470 
387 
170 


t 

] 

/- 


) 9.12 

i 2.57 

2.99 

3.04 

1.94 


6€ 

117 

33 

66 

103 


705 
158 
149 
123 
32 


5 

2 
5 
2 


5.06 
1.59 
1.84 
2.05 
.88 


99 

109 

244 
227 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


2387 


5 


11.35 


44 


3364 


14 


t 19.66 


71 


1167 


14 


11.42 


123 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


51 
30 

24 
21 
17 


1 

1 


.54 
.44 
.42 
.38 
.34 


263 
294 


2 
2 

1 
1 
1 




.04 
.06 
.03 
.04 
.04 




1210 
879 
760 

648 
562 


2 

5 
4 
4 
2 


5.17 
4.93 
4.45 
3.98 
3.62 


39 
101 

90 
101 

55 


1 

2 

3 
4 

5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


143 
21 
18 
16 

198 


2 
1 

1 
4 


2.12 
.44 
.41 
.49 

3.46 


94 
227 

204 
116 


7 
2 

1 

10 




.21 
.09 
.05 

.35 




4059 
919 
958 
855 
335 

7126 


17 
4 
3 
9 
4 

37 


22.15 
6.12 
6.91 
7.36 
3.70 

46.24 


11 
65 
43 
122 
108 
80 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
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Ages at Entry 15-19 


20-24 


25-29 


30-34 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actua 


L Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Death 


s Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


88 




.2 


7 267 




.88 


292 


1 


1.02 


208 




I .77 


1 


2 


53 


] 


.2 


3 194 




1 .87 


208 


2 


.96 


151 


2 .72 


2 


3 


44 






165 




1 .76 


181 


1 


.85 


133 


2 .65 


3 


4 


37 




.] 


7 137 




2 .64 


157 


1 


.75 


113 




.57 


4 


5 


29 




.1 


3 121 




1 .58 


140 




.69 


104 




.54 


5 


6 


21 




.1 


97 




3 .47 


118 




.58 


89 




.47 


6 


7 


18 




.( 


)8 75 




1 .37 


102 


3 


.51 


75 




.41 


7 


8 


15 




.C 


)7 67 




.33 


81 




.41 


67 




.37 


8 


9 


13 




.C 


)6 55 




.27 


77 


3 


.39 


58 




.33 


9 


10 


10 




.( 


)5 48 




.24 


67 




.35 


51 




.30 


10 


11 


8 




.( 


)4 37 




.19 


50 




.27 


46 




.29 


11 


12 


5 




.c 


)2 31 




.16 


41 




.22 


41 




I .27 


12 


13 


3 




.( 


)1 29 




.15 


38 




.21 


36 




.25 


13 


14 


3 




.( 


)1 26 




1 .14 


30 




.17 


31 




.23 


14 


15 


1 




.( 


)0 22 




.12 


27 




.16 


24 




.19 


15 


16 








16 




.09 


19 




.12 


22 




.19 


16 


17 










13 




.07 


12 




.08 


21 




.19 


17 


18 










10 




.06 


10 




.07 


18 




.18 


18 


19 










9 




.05 


8 




.06 


17 




.18 


19 


20 










9 




.05 


7 




.06 


13 




.15 


20 


21 










6 




.04 


3 




.03 


4 




.05 


21 


22 










3 




.02 


2 




.02 


3 




.04 


22 


23 










2 




.01 


2 




.02 








23 


24 










1 




.01 


2 




.02 








24 


1—5 


251 




I l.{ 


)0 884 




5 3.73 


978 


5 


4.27 


709 




3.25 


1—5 


6-24 


97 




_L 


t4 556 




5 2.84 


696 


7 


3.75 


616 


] 


4.09 


6-24 



Ages at Entry 35-39 


40-44 


45-49 


50-53 


Insur- 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed 


Actual 


Expected 


Exposed Actual 


Expected 


Insur- 


Years 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk 


Deaths 


Deaths 


to Risk Deaths 


Deaths 


Years 


1 


141 




.58 


87 




.41 


54 




.35 


19 




7 1 


2 


115 




.60 


79 


2 


.51 


42 




.37 


16 




!0 2 


3 


108 




I .58 


69 


1 


.48 


40 




.38 


14 




9 3 


4 


94 




I .54 


55 




.41 


37 


1 


.38 


14 1 




!1 4 


5 


81 




I .48 


50 




.40 


32 




.36 


13 




!1 5 


6 


72 




.45 


43 




.37 


28 


1 


.34 


11 




9 6 


7 


61 




I .40 


37 




.34 


24 




.32 


10 




19 7 


8 


52 




.36 


33 




.32 


21 




.30 


7 1 




L4 8 


9 


45 




.34 


31 




.33 


19 




.29 


5 




1 9 


10 


39 




.31 


25 




.29 


15 


1 


.25 


3 




)7 10 


11 


36 




.31 


21 




.26 


10 




.18 


2 1 




)5 11 


12 


34 




.31 


21 


1 


.28 


10 




.20 


1 




)3 12 


13 


33 




.32 


17 


2 


.25 


10 


1 


.21 


1 




)3 13 


14 


31 




.33 


14 




.22 


8 


1 


.19 


1 




)4 14 


15 


27 




.31 


10 




.17 


7 




.18 


1 




)4 15 


16 


23 




I .29 


7 




.13 


3 


1 


.08 






16 


17 


15 




.20 


7 




.14 


2 




.06 






17 


18 


13 




.19 


7 




.15 


2 




.07 






18 


19 


11 




.17 


6 




.14 


1 




.04 






19 


20 


9 




.15 


5 




.13 


1 




.04 






20 


21 


2 




.04 


2 




.06 


1 




.05 






21 


22 


1 




.02 








1 




.05 






22 


23 


1 




.02 


















23 


24 


1 




.02 


















24 


1—5 


539 




2.78 


340 


3 


2.21 


205 


1 


1.84 


76 1 




)8 1—5 


6-24 


506 


Z 


4.54 


286 


4 


3.58 


163 


5 


2.85 


42 2 




39 6-24 



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54-56 



Insur- 
ance 
Years 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1—5 

6-24 



Exposed 
to Risk 



13 
10 
9 
9 
8 
7 
5 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 



49 
25 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.16 
.16 
.16 

.18 
.18 
.17 
.13 
.09 
.10 
.11 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.05 



.84 
.78 



TABLE IV (Concluded) 
199. WOOLEN MILL OPERATIVES (MEN) 



57-59 



Exposed 
to Risk 



35 
33 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.14 
.16 

.17 
.18 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.17 
.19 
.20 
.14 
.08 
.08 



.77 
1.67 



60-62 



Exposed 
to Risk 



25 
30 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.10 
.14 

.16 

.18 
.20 
.21 
.24 
.21 
.23 
.25 
.27 
.07 
.08 
.08 
.09 



63 and over 



Exposed 
to Risk 



.78 

1.73 



Actual 
Deaths 



Expected 
Deaths 



.03 
.04 
.04 
.05 



.16 



SYNOPSIS 



Ages at Entry 15-29 


30-39 


40-49 


Insur- 
ance 

Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


647 
455 

390 
331 
290 


1 

4 
2 
3 

1 


2.17 

2.06 
1.81 
1.56 
1.40 


46 
194 
110 
192 

71 


349 

266 
241 
207 
185 


1 

2 
3 
1 

1 


1.35 
1.32 
1.23 
1.11 
1.02 


74 

152 

244 

90 

98 


141 
121 

109 
92 
82 


2 

1 
1 


.76 

.88 
.86 
.79 
.76 


227 
116 
127 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


2113 
431 
433 
351 
134 


11 

7 
3 
2 


9.00 
2.11 
2.17 
1.87 
.88 


122 
332 
138 
107 


1248 
297 
312 
339 
174 


8 

1 

1 

1 


6.03 
1.73 
2.01 
2.81 
2.08 


133 

58 

36 
48 


545 
132 
144 

128 
45 


4 
1 
1 
5 
2 


4.05 
1.37 
1.78 
2.14 
1.14 


99 

73 

56 

234 

175 


1—5 

6—7 

8-10 

11-15 

16-24 


1-24 


3462 


23 


16.03 


143 


2370 


11 


14.66 


75 


994 


13 


10.48 


124 


1-24 


Ages at Entry 50-59 


60 and over 


All Ages at Entry 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Exposed 
to Risk 


Actual 
Deaths 


Expected 
Deaths 


Ratio 

% 


Insur- 
ance 
Years 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


41 

34 
30 
30 
25 


1 
1 


.47 

.52 
.52 
.57 
.51 


213 
175 


6 
6 
6 
6 

5 




.13 

.18 
.20 
.23 
.20 




1184 

882 
776 
666 
587 


3 

8 

6 
6 

2 


4.88 

4.96 
4.62 
4.26 
3.89 


61 
161 
130 
141 

51 


1 

2 

3 
4 
5 


1—5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 


160 

41 

33 

24 

2 

260 


2 
2 
1 
3 

8 


2.59 
.95 

1.01 

1.22 
.16 

5.93 


77 
211 

99 
246 

135 


29 

10 

12 

8 

59 


i 

1 


.94 
.45 
.69 
.59 

2.67 


222 

37 


4095 
911 
934 

850 

355 

7145 


25 
12 

5 
11 

3 
56 


22.61 
6.61 
7.66 
8.63 
4.26 

49.77 


111 
182 

65 
127 

70 
113 


1 — 5 
6—7 
8-10 
11-15 
16-24 
1-24 



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